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"SILENCE, THAT DREADFUL BELL." To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

¶'SILE;NCE4lAi1r:;rT DR .DFUJJ B 4 F bell StTltllr t; " SGeorge's 'at the tinie of 'a death?i indl dunignthe css~ p f ,thie funeral, eession has 0a;mo.st .lusc:able effect on :at nuiiibei of ,tholiving! Itml"ings :'ope evenits w~ich are; better buried in isweeti oblivion. II know for a'factthalig the d ptli infli cts needless pami uDpon many, and there is no reason -wliy't'a ·i'tisuhiit ;ivicdt savours strongly'of tn c unho, p supegrsti snould tbe perpetuate ,ih our.umidst -Yours' &Ce ,' QUIETi ESS

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A rising man-A balloonist. . Sweet and light-Sponge cake. Whatever good an umbrella performs, it is always " put up " to it by someone. Waiting for a rise-A young lady who hangs on to a strap on a bus. What we call decency is custom; what' we term indecency is simply customary. Little Jack: "My mamma's new fan is hand-painted." Little Dick: "Pooh I Who cares? Our whole fence is." "Man over-bored I" exclaimed the office boy as his boss vainly endeavored to refute the arguments of a book agent. We have invented a new gun for the didn't-know-it-was-loaded people. It -lets the charge out at the breech. A Fitzroy woman devotes to the cause ofr' the Lord all the eggs laid by her hens on-' Sunday. "Why, my dear Mrs. Lovelace, you seem so much thinner I Have you been ill?" " Oh, no, but I have a very muscular maid.". " This is the poetry of motion," said the editor, as he threw a bundle of very blankn" verse into the waste-paper basket. Why are postage stamps like lazy school boys? Because ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

1i l: $10 J?3 Y I F )J; J .L: .;, u io t*' +.+ ý,u e ? , .: a I A .To;!:! ot ei ditor. f/ [d , e {J roonian'res, iocbec':congrthilat'ed ron'itthe great ii tersttakkeniii il fli i'affaikr b, the meiiber sof "tie L new coimnittee With not "'iuclr? n6ticeifthey frol1" up 1"almnos ttot admian to ecminni i anald 'ooti !itI- t ; .1:"lrl' f~il.? "+,. k : " S I?';' . t ,D I. e_:+ . o , ! ,Jr. afti'ci te 4institute.,i1They :eink all thei pri ate business to attend these meetings to Sriatlch overThe llinteriests ot.thelubhi and the subscibers in paictular. It is 1a'grandight;?Ifdotnot think thflierf'h been so muchni ,,interpt ;taken.; ii, ani public: i moyementn:as s now. b mn; atakeli for the geheral weil":hy)'tl e'" c0iiitite, in question. .Threi ia ,splefidi cli fo £the:ereation.of a public library. W There iinfeirly??.?00 mit lia, [ ain the ;oa hbility o? an, aditonaldi 1O0 fromithe Governmuient.wiThe sale"'of the bll buildi inugs and a few concerts wuldibfi 'the amuount np ,to 00. OKArn ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A young lady wrote some verses to a paper 'about her birthday, and headed them,?May 30th. It almost made her hair turn grey when it appearedin print' My 30th." Those who :area horrified at .Darwin's -theory may €cormfort themselves with' the assurance that, if we are descended from the ape, we have not descended so far as to pre clude-all hope of return. A man vwho resides in Melbourne ha in his possessionatthe 'rope ith' which lhis father was :hariged for' horse-stealing.:, ?iHe, keeps it neatly coiled away in an old tea chest, and every Sunday morning he lays his left hand "reverently- upon it, and withl an uncovered head, and a look of stern determi nation in"liis ey'(hle has but 6ofe); raises: his other hand' to : heaven, and swears Iby, the Immortal Gosh, it served the old man right.'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

.:NEWS AND NOTESx r~ inie-sr ' suIn ell In an v 1ii ihrch Stopkplace;.on Sabbith iSeptemberi 28t!,. t'hen' the Ro v Sebiv:r'1 Scot,°>0of htliffii Chirch,?Melbourne,; pracllcdT id i n?g, and .ening .to irowdeia congreiatMons. On the following Miidlay eveningi theb isualteameeting took place, afteridih1, a publich neentigliaseld iersid ed, ovcr sV Jo. onSteele, pastori of tle Con-, iegationi , The R?us,9: , Scott,; S. Robinsoni, and ,;T, i Thurgood.:ahd:lressed a' croiwded' audience.: The choir 's.nan several selections' ofe; music, in?: a ?very picasinmgmannei r.,? Votes of thanks to tihe ispeilkrs; choir, ,and chlaiianinan brouglit the ineeting' !toa clo?e " SThfe" Golden,- Crown wll commence: running n about a, .foitnight's stineif theiweatliheris: fine'iiiAt ?i a meeting of 1theis;directois" o,.the"'cobmph ny, ipiwas: decided on , ieducin thle`fares;; anu. l.'ti "scale iltb 3s d dlay rei;ii;l, 'alndTl,2 2 Gd,\siilgle, farec." Thus"the trip to'Mel' iboa;t'i e aidlbackliwillcost ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORESTERS GALAT AT DRYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

' RESTERS. GALA: AT,. DRYSDALE. 't?The CouttPrince of+ Wales held ?their ?.;nnual; `ete l,.Dlysc~am o.Thursday, itlfe 16th SeptNbtwithstanding tei cletii c"odf the 'ieatli { er e - <cop}ýse ý,ot, pegplei us.senimpoled ,,to<ývit}less# the spoi's, which ;were ,welli couteteildr.? "I:+'nt t? r,'t'wd([ hb;ods, I 3 dT ' bi :; e ., - Sni -THE DINNER: Head, was preparep. byithe new.hostess, Mrs +fartit;aiid, to'. j deby thejustice cione4,to ýtlie,..:rabou n ancee.. go.o +th yg provided, was, all that!coulid ibe desired; a tfor te [iienure prosperity of the 1iotelutlndei 1the ew iniaun enei' BriLloyd;P.CiR.; was io the chairf aind A;mdr ngiie. ie sitlrs were s.eerale itillc ga tes froni kinidred lollges: ';A letter':of Sal ., ft ". t+- " j :n," r ; . a "f, ` cr:-ff': r'.ri Apolg y'. Pead Troi Br' evieS ex pressinmg reireti,tbat: he,: wasunable, to! htttenrih hsiiTh lfoasts we reIppoHdT and duly phono'edl am a , , r. ti+Dininer bielgi oierb the i all colmmienced. About,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural, & c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

BRIEF: NOTES. A sharp, bright hoe is poisonous to weeds. .Employ the hired hand whose clothes are patched in front, rather than behind. Fall fallowing cleans the land and brings it into fine condition ior the spring crops. Neglected fence rows are like a leaden weight: upon the neck of a clean field culture. Tell your readers, says a correspondent of the: American Agriculturist, if they are troubled with ants, to open the hills, pour in a little gas. tar, and the ants will leave or die. As a remedy for grasshoppers that may' be troublesome in the outskirts, near uncleared land, borax sprinkled on vines and foliage of young trees is said to be efficacious. If the fowls are confined give them plenty of green stuff. A good sod thrown over the fence will be cheerfully welcomed by them, and even the tops of vegetables will be found serviceable.

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

Proof Positive. Madame Gerster, the famous prima donna, is domesticdin her desires, but occasionally displays thle fire of her Hungarian origin, Her,husband, Dr. Gardini, is essentially mild and submissive, affording a strong contrast to the occasional explosiveness of his gifted spouse. Her anger amounts almost to hys. teria, and then the movements of the prima donna's feet would do credit to a song-and dance man, while her sweet voice effective ly duplicates some of the chorus numbers in Wagner's "Walkure." But when not angered Gerster is alovely woman, and then her husband is joyful, as she is of great ser vice to him in the conduct of her business. For instance, prior to her appearance at a performance, it is said, she drives around the .city to see if she has been properly billed ; and if neglected in this respect it is well for the impressario and his aenploy?s to seek shelter from the storm, A gossip tells the following story of how Gerster was duped in this respect before on...

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

RAISING SEEDS. We are asked why we do not encourage people to raise their own seeds, instead of buying them every year. Seed-raising is an art, and requires more; care than the average farmer can afford to give it. Seedsmen have their seeds raised. by men who make a business of it, who grow but one variety of a kind, and avoid all chance of" mixing" or crossing. One who has a garden can hardly be persuaded to select his first ripened tomatoes or Lima beans for seed ; he wishes these for the table. Unless a vegetable can be kept up to its best condition it will dete riorate: Take tomatoes for example; the plants should be raised expressly for seed. As soon as they come into bearing, every plant that does not have fruit up to the best of its kind in form and productiveness, is to be pulled up, and all malformed fruits on those that are left are cut away. Then only the earliest clusters are allowed to ripen, those which set late are cut off, and the whole strength of the plant directed...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPERIMENTING WITH INSECTICIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

EXPERIMENTING WITH INSECTICIDES. Experiment carried on during the past summer at the Michigan Agricultural College upon the use of kerosene as an insecticide resulted in marked success. A good emulsion was found to be made from a gallon of water and a quart of soft soap, brought to a boiling heat; ,and the vessel containing them being removed from the fire, a pint of kerosene was thoroughly stirred in. This was found to be a sure remedy for the apple-tree bark louse; but for some or most purposes, it will be better diluted. For many purposes, however, a better emulsion wa4 found to be made by mixing one part of kerosene oil with, five parts of milk, either sweet or sour. This mixture was applied to many tender plants with no injury to twigs or foliage. When used in the proportion of one to three, many plants were injured. When even more diluted than one part of oil to five of milk, the mixture was suffi ciently strong to despatch most insects. When only half that strength it destroy...

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

SAn EnRthusiastic Naturalist. About thirty years ago, Agassiz, the great nat'uralist'andi geolgist, was offered a? vessel to make sponge ,and coral investigations off the coast: ' ' When, the, American ; Government ,was about to tender, the.. vessel to him, the Secretar' of ' the Naivy told Commodore Rogers, not on any account to point, outto the naturalist anything strange in the oceali. ?"If you do," he added, "he .will:jump overboard after it; you:can t stop him.".. The commodore took great: care 'to obei the injunction." aWhen iithe: vessel reached lthe Florida' coast Agassiz' was' placed in the cutter and towede toward'the!sliore:. The water was as clear as crystal. . You could see every pebble on thebottomii. This was about the first 'of" Aaiz's' ' cquaintanee '° with corals, and as' he pbserved the delicate growths, he exclaimed in rapt admiration : ° ",Oh I what beautiful specimens I" When the e boat was ~ in'about 13 feet of water ?he saw a fine lot'of: coral; and. im media...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Essay on Boils. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

An Essay on Boils. The boil is of somewhat ancient origin. It can trace its lineage away back to biblical days, and can boast of its' ancestry having moved in the best circles of society ever since the deluge. The name of the inventor of the boil has been lost in the rushing-; progress of the world, but his work still lives -and seems to enjoy the most robust health. The. first official, record we have;of ?the boil comes down to us through aciredbhistory anid gives usv the' details:of' howb an -'ancient party named Job made a speciality of their cultivation. .. From all.that can, be learned--he was-an enthusiast on the subject, and with a spirit of the miosit laudable enterpiris. he donated his entire body asan,.,animated,,hothouse, and Brought the boil to the highest state of cul tivation. We are indebted to thisillustrious foreigner for the high state of perfection enjoyed by the boil of to-day. The boil is not at all 'esthetic in its tastes. It feels just:as much at' home on the ...

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

FOOTBALL. on clS rtutd Fi ast in thiep.' ceiwce of about 20(1) spectatots Phie visitmrsvwei cap-. tained .by J .?iensen, whileJ?4Th4ifg jijnhei so fiftritA of$ thi ocala tea:ii 'ihe` Port ion ? iM tsii .ind elc?t?ed t :1 iel tTaroiýl , 'il li . b l?? Tie bal vwich Awialdlb ?e tiff, . ch oeaeln th. , Bliues' belialf-wastinmiil ed by Jensen olwbofsp'iced 'ittotnlt' Jelly iiwlfnVinf 1ti i'.foar tl' d It. n t Ca-lll,--- ;huib " 'h" i iii kkome 9ut oboruids# layiresul tqp tim :bal l oein.r4ca idd into: h'e Poft steri tori i vh etlte l3lnes'0ha inmiri oilsii hanfostq scote ofliti'cll they f'uiled to to] e avlanI ." *j I. .':'II ',1:, " 10-?lp, .?.-. I a.geT ie ball cont tued to hyet? round itie 'f4itorif goal tbti alfltime, at shiclt1 'staýe t~he'scores stood "Blus-8' biel nnshi '.to Pou'i s, b:ehfl'd' ., O?'tt ,allt ' c1beLn ..ir9nr up, p i qua!ly, fornced ltttOlid Pmrts;citadel where McDonaltl wais how i?i nde',diifence, 'A nuniber of lelitids f811od' and smlVortltif'ri?[ rrmon re ceive...

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

True Politeness. A Chicago bridge, tender, who had swung open his portciillis to allow a schooner to pass up the river, was warmly and violently assailed by the captaini of the craft for some slight'iiattention to duty a few days pre vious. , . '"If I had you down on the deck of this' vessel, I'd break your neck," said the skip. per, shaking-his-fist like a small ham. SYer' would, would ye, yer chuckle headed 'salt-hlorse ? If yer was wanet on the plankin' of the bridge, I'd mop the flure wid yeriugly carcass and hang yer up ter dry on " Shut up, you animated slush-bucket. For two brass ,pins I'd: serid my cabin boy up to feed distillery hogs with your remains, you chop.snooted son-of-a-gun." '" Arrah, ,ye bandy-legged horse marine, I've a big notion ter drop- down off uv the bridge,an': maul ye ter unlp.". " Well, why don't yer drop ?"', sneered the captaii:i '.' Just drop, aid I'll feed the fishes with you. ;. "Yer a lyin' skip-jack." ' "You're a red-nosed scavenger, with blue nos...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

It never painst bt he roars-Appliesh; to small boys., :. hear wbuthe'sn a little mouse mran acrossonthe 'light alone.: A' liquor-seller presented' his bill 'to, the executor' of a deceased 'customer's ;estate, askingfloor. "Did she scream or faintt you ask" "NOh, no," said the inquirexecutor, sthe deathid not. She deceased isno attention to the mouse.nce that he had the liquor." A /young bride, momentarily expectinig theA young woman left one of her husband, was handedra outelegram, which so excitrday. Wedidn' her that, wfindithout having strength to break the envelope, ?she ftintll we saway. Upof our devils pullering, she foune another husband seated besiack yard in it duringOh, their dinn" wer hour. They had stuck it onght two rollers, and madeown and cut yora throat with one of thosed lately forrible stand-up, co clean beer hogsheads. State price, and where "to be had. We don't know where to puhingst young hands on any at preseopeful rushed int, but we knowom where his mother was...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Pourquoi ? (FOR MUSIC.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

Pourquoi ? (FOR Music.) When I got married to Jane, I thought to be happy at last ; ,But ?" wings I have singed at love's flame, And my freedom's a dream of the past. ".Pourquoi ? Mother-in-law ; But never a word she said, While she quietly biurnt all my pipes and , cigars, And I sneaked away smokeless to bed.. When I got married to Jane, . In toddy I used to delight, 'And thought myself free from all blame In hobnobbing with Bacchuseach night. i , ~I ( Pourquoi Mother-in.-law; . But never a word she said, While she chased out mad Bacchus, and stopped a11,my grog,. - And'snt mie a $hirsting to bed,,' When I got married to .Jane, . At my lub; howi story I'd shinie, In song then I kept up my fame, And quaffed of the red rosy wine. Pourquoi ? Mother-in-law; ; But never a word she said, While she sternly abstracted my latch-key and coat, , ... And sent me-attten off to bed. When I-get married again," May the stars from the.firmament fall ; I slhall weelp't6 thein~em 'r of Jane,? " But n...

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

SiiM -A 1 iibill blity` f till i: ..?lOW.Ingf. accoulllLf o, th~fot111?.~at played on the 27th it. ul. appean'te 0oIumnns'of th'Sentel; unquetionably SonplInintifig' tildhcat for the ;-39{iaehi'vel:e ,"Loveis of faii play i nii j]sticeto .the visitors, depeciatete manuly and cowardly actionsofonepl mg witlj the local teai; o doubt thee sire for. notoriety as aplaye was fatherto hismnalicious condluct, utis in tself will not account for is eated ferocity off why the local spectators-'ee `'o ,ag ,erly ,ecoul'aillii, ng, ,nmuc hiofthis poay, wsRs;ehssro 'game whichis:practically amania in the 'elony,it may inelmpOiblet 1thle rputation.bf tlloalle clubOcan not Ab?jinl any way;e.nhancedrne canitrsein thie~estimatiop oi its sppoiterswile+it iSinits a' player'to frig nthe rule's '9f iti? gme by ins j ieuerl dmner ,ntitedeiien%;: bpisterrgusj aid cowarmdly1, actions ini the field. Duing theply tlierewas much tO,:shovthtth irit -?rinced'tOaidsd? celtibi'inve o'dis nailloyed,=enmity, adtp n't...

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

' Baibiof v Th run Bliiber (2no d m Jl enty) o 'ttýiisasdon, ~tIe;, Battery RTesei;º;, qn! .Thursdaylasithrhe gaie enied imid edcisive victory Trtilie »Bahniorahtes wh q f;ýe n,;to their ocpploneinth4 behindc1 ,tbMtfr W:Jamlieoin gave ovMelysatisfactioA ~a(bentra 1 umnpi i i ;ioiTheiabovenclubswill uneet' on the uppe *tser a nr;forA the sitii'ethis"'Bea. .s~u. ýIeilrs aý a reques~ted to ineef~on the xgi onund ~at 20, sharp, play 'to cornmencd "Y W~eF~aye; received: thie. followino ic-~ )'j~drd'sof the uiiuiiber of! match es"'fromi' the ýýeiei~es~f'le niiddrmcntionied `cluib has. Bryd by, t1gIn during. the 3seasonw SPoUcýýARLTNGTON Played -12 miatchesJ ¶Y'(iiclhidngfiv e Melbionine teams), won r, :.rosy, 11ckecl 26I goals aii had 17 kidc'-cI1 ,agaiisL'thiem l.A) 11`.IBUJETT,,Eon see. .-,oa1:h J; cl ed ~againt th~em.,JAiiEsWYýEI Li3Dý Hoil SecaqL `i ;jF Cr' .. { ' " 'rfVit ' ' }i f " ':7 ! `

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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LIBRARY TRUSTEES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

1;J~hY-RUSTE ES'~S ;.; kthe Eaitor.. : ,?== ;Sir,At g e onmmitte mee?ing oT wtaken tof ehbrary bein connecte 99,ftiW'd eadi , 'dhrwo1 o trnstees would have to be'obtained befdre y 4s4-'alter;ion avasq made. g Now, the 'riisten rnýaýe ,,notýng' lv ntever' to do with .thle. tl bmildin an'dwiare? s;.simlv' azettd't tirustees to lonk after th6 lnd??They l,hane containly1, a vote at domnittee meetihgs? s-ex officio riniti liefts, ''hit 8fi erwsetil they.lhav-e~no }nore controla iitheotevorkig otf: the institute. . 1tii?-abs lsrdto ts'ppose' thliat 'th? e'oin m;t.ee •cannot carry, out, sucha sinalJ .matters; o detail, sucli as the openingsof a?- d'borway; without consiltins suci a ,9s1attitt g'ody as;. trustee" of theose iu' stitutions generallyi are Yours tic. ', ut Jut U (JJ I D 1 : .MEMBER A I? ri t ;9 ' uu 0u''u15 )0

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

nthf tlbepuguhlbt thzlttr icid lie would =fr elji(1 if be~i aI ')1¢ i' t~tt U~ i'3tý .:elg`get ~nllivatn "I thinii i ol. I~ is nmeieli flutui `.Judging by lu complex ion I ehotildl take buni foi a elation ol 01(1 Iiarrv Sellars; acd .if ie is suidi ' good ,a ,-A .iI~lJTchackLiiTe`Tf~to knMc1nie piti~or°c11ý3= iqi pQzieens Ue~r ru 4..J i Is, ia l l1rie mo t hapyy to ni~e~y}i~li~irn. } TEN TNSTONE.

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