ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,108 items from Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,108 results
Obituary Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

Obituary Notices.         Death has been very busy in our neighbor- hood lately, no less than five funerals hav- ing taken place during the past fortnight. Young and old, and middle-aged, have all been taken and the outward and viable tokens, of mourning have been both con- spicious and depressing. Amongst those who have been bereaved we sympathise very     much with the parents and friends of the late Miss Dickson. whose death at the of 28 years has caused a great blank in that family. Miss Dickson had been in a delicate state of health for a year or two past, but until very lately there was nothing to cause her friends any particular apprehension.     In the deaths of Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Arkins, sen.,     and Mrs.Burgess we note the removal of three of the ancient landmarks of Queenscliff society, connected as they have been with the township from its earli...

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

Birth: SCOTT—On the 29th September, at Queenscliff, the wife of I. T. Scott, Telegraph office, Wilson's Promontory, of a daughter.             DEATHS.                               ARKINS—On the 29th September, at her sons' residence, Mercer street, Queenscliff,   Mary, relict of the late Michael Arkins, aged 80 years. BURGESS—On the 30th September, at her residence, Osprey House, Hesse street, Bridget, the wife of Mr James   Burgess, of Queenscliff, aged 60 years.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Too High. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

A: :l,party fo gejetpen-;sat upsta i iinj a restaurant, dth. the., window. facing the street open.. They had idsi.:d ~fsi u.t as th~k fish cam; awag gnilon1 ed wFitih? dies And hides stoppecd in'frboit ofthe ,restaiir~ait. .The driverdismounteL nd i,eiteiedra neigh ". hi".'s'fsh nens as if1. it was spoiled, saidone f the gentliiemeni, 14img ece :arid holding.it cautiouslyiiundethi soi!,' ' j f 1BVf . , gs iqithe:lastatages,tilem'arlied Ianother one', "!!Here, -;waitera.i;T T, this "' tyBoiglit thini' nfornig 'mr, 1 ' been ic6 •allth -tiine. 'i', .dr. ...t i, `,Don,'t care if it:wasiih' caughti until yot put it -in the fr..ing-pan. ,,Takes it.away: WS~vsw iets 1 enough to breed te, cholera! .i," o " a f t I i .iil n-Br m#gti Some bief." '" '. ;i,,The tbeef-as, broinght; land 8egiietlem n whogad: giyen;tfieispread snifing aRiiede 'of der l"rti h a can t eat it. Won der';Whe'h6 tll:ýiropne i? Is. I'il ', think; that `e's deiad ana laila (fu'd~i n :th!eadjoining roolhm",.toie!ofrthe: ge...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obeying Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Ng'Obeyig Orddsi' d SI NOlonflgo,,aglittla event, tokplace at a military statibon near Perlin, which hows whatis thft eriman soi e o ing orders. The officer':ini bfi2iaid?'b?ie`i orn-' iingipostd i~#eteranlin front 'of,,l1iis ovwn residence,,,with ,orders..to .pco .up; agddpwn cra 'erti distance,;' andoi no accouit to ower nhis gun fromtei , coarry." The officeri a' poimpus;" 'elf-i.iportiUrit'ilan, was *expecting! ,visitbrs that iday4 i andi he wishedi t,.impr9,e.,thpmr f yvt,hlid militarystyle. alliiig"the soldier. hefore him, he .gve his "r .M6u' are to' pass' tliediditnoe iassigned, with your gun at the ' carry.'-."Do youinnder-, Y , commandj ? t f r.- } ?t 'i Mi un no 'a Iou a a ye w r a, I v rt o yoiir Walk,' or remhoe ourwe~~6ii 'f6bi itsi vpdditiof.l' Yodl,understand?"'?n rino, it es , m .. . ') n.I, .hud 'in "You will observe s ntric gg1.. nq account are ypu to speak with any (eon V grywYeUe ,;go aid.pbey,'ow ,,isr 1 ;I i -:it An. hour. after the officer's,, nestst were! u ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR ILLUSTRATION. MDME. FANNIE SIMONSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION. i ' MDMI E. FANNIE 'SIMONSEN. Mdme. Fannie Simonsen, the subject of odUt illistiration this week; is wmll:known as a leading operatic artist throughout Atistra lia. She appeared in Lucia di Lammermuir at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne, about seventeen years since, and from that time to the present, when she has finallytakeh her leave, has been one of our leading bperatic, artistes, travelling from time to .time with her husband's concert. and operatic, coim. panies all roinid the'colonmes.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Matter-of-fact. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Ratted of.faaet. :!" m very imatterof-fact,?' she'oried,,'' :.,To a handsome bachelor at `her ide''n " -i'An angel witlihout:wings. " " Ohg, ertinly;?yes'' thoeiretch 'replied, '" For it is acknowledgedffar?ad ,ide' ý"' That facts are stubborn ithings It' I I

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Capturing a Desperado. AN INCIDENT IN AMERICAN BUSH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Cpturing a Desperado. :AN "INCIDENT IN .'AMERICAN. BUSH In the Far Wet iricarly In the Far, South-West, the'. newly-arrived, settler, often finds that bhe has `strange neighbois-not only indians, but white desperadoes, whomare more: to be feared than even Utes and Apaches. T.wo young friends of mine--good, steady, New England-born young men-were so unfor' fortunate to. buy land. in the vicinity' of an especially.ugly member of this outlaw fraternity. ' ,These two young men had been brought up to obey the law, and to respect the property and rights of their'neighbors. They could be brave, enough in the defence of any just cause, yet they dreiaded and shrank froi the use of deadly weapons against a fellow being, from a keen' sons' of the sacredness of hiiiman life, and the .criminality involved in suclhacts' Such were'Gilbert and Charles Small. fPlaini. 'farm-bred boys, they,'had; by steady labor and economy, saved up .a capital of £300. With this they had emigrated to Colorado and st...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

i. The baa ana worthless: .are never imitated or conerfeiidL Thils ,is especially true:of a family medicine, and it i ositiee piofthat tlrhe" medy is initated o6f the hirhe'st value, s soon tas it halid been tested and proved ,by 'the vwhole: world ,that H,;oiBitteis was the piurest, best: and.:.most valuablle family, ;mediciue oni.: earth', mnany imitations sprung up and -begawnto 'steal-the notices, in which the press and the: peoplle of ,the country had. expressed the"' merits'of H: BI aid in every way' tryifig to:indiee suiffer ing inivalids' to use their stuff instead; expecting to miiake moneyo on , othe credit ind good niame' of H B. an df'iýiostarted nostrums put `ulp in siiilar,style to t Bi with variously; -devised a imes in. which the word i Hop' ori ops' were; used0 i; int wa to, nduce, people tobelieve ,they, werelithe ,same .as :Hop Bitters.) All suchplretended remedies or cures,,no matter whdt'their?Style 'or; nanie is and especially tliose wvith'the word "Hop'" or "H...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CLEVER MANAGERESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

A CLEVER MANAGERESS. mrs. Moriarty was the best of wives, and a splendid manageress. Mr. Moriarty thought so at least, and openly said so. Mr. Moriarty's employment was a precarious and mysterious one, yet for ten years he had lived in Little Georgiana street, keeping a house, voting at elections, and fetching the supper beer from the public-house at the corner with praiseworthy regularity. Little Georgiana Ftreet was not aristocratic and had no high-flown notions. It was chfefly remarkable for the crowds of dirty children upon its doorsteps, and the free.and easy conversations which the neighbours held with each other from the upper windows of their houses. It was a street where theblinds weremore. often ist;~ ed round than pulled up, where wounded panes~ were, ,healed, with, ibrowl~ paper plaister,. and whcretthe outward and visible: signs of:'"resident'. feimale ~ iiduistir" were, plentifully, placarded,, in : parlour windows. "'Manfgling done here,i'" "Ladies' own niaterials mad...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Suit-able. [Written in a lawyer's office] [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Whereas, on sundry boughs and sprays . Nosy divers birAs areheard tQsing; r; 'Ad sndry flqsy rs.their, heads,upraisp- Hail to thecomgn o- spring The opgs o[fhe sad birdsapouse r-..-, 1he-mmr ofeio u oth?b hoiubur's; - As young-an gredn ad the'said' bou is, As fresh and! fairas *the ,said:flowers, .,I;-?..,, . f - - -' T]?-V, ' i) .. ',- '.6 -Tve'rids '.aftoresaai hnappyppairr..s: SLve ridst'the. aforesaid.boughs enshrines hin housei oldniedts'h est, e ye.e,, their heirs, Adrts rators and assigns. :. S0, busiest-term-of- Oupid's court ! SWhen tender plaintiffs .aption , brjng ; season offrolle an. of sport,; .oi... ,. r : ail. ·agforeMa.cqmitng spring.. . +'+'l:t:+? +.'l''J.) + ll/ ,:,,,::< , . ,+ " . .. , '+. i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Drysdale Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

The annual parochial festival. in connection with St.;Jae.s' Church, wh as held on Monday evening.;?Xood numbei r asseiibled to partake of theigoodthings provided at the tea, after whiclia amusing and interesting lecture on ', Fiaiuds; was delivered bythe Rev. II. F. &Scott of Footscray, tie Rev. Mr Bishop occu yiiin the ch'iir. Miss Middlecoats' playing, iind Mris Allniitt's ?singing was greatly ad mired ;asa ~s also a quartette, "See our oars .tWith feikthered s"ray," and a trio, "Ye shep hierls tell me' by several ladies and gentle me'ine rGret credit;is due to those concerned, for having provided such an excellent enter tiiument, which must have greatly asissted the digestion of the tea, etc. The onion crops are looking well, and pro mise a fair yield. Rhin is vwanted 'for the aterlioles. alnd yesteirday's fall iill prove beneficial, y The Diystcale Cricket club seems in a pretty flonrishing .condition,.and the members hope to hold their own against any eleven this side ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Garibaldi's Englishman. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

-darialdis -Englishhiain .. A notice has recently appfared of the death 'df Colonel Peard, who, t~wenty-years ago, wag well knowh-as ": Garibaldi's Ehglishiman f' but though a notice to -this-effect has goner the round of:the'pap?eies fewiif and,~i f-thein have- adverted tot: the circumstances.under which:.the sokbriqueti originated. Garibaldi;' when.about to enter onobne ff iiscamiigns; was approached' b f a'tall, robust, middle aged gentleman?,? with ai flowing beard and fine-eyes, wearing a broad-brimmed hat linied, with'greei, and armed withain immense pair of field-glasses, an? excellent. carbine, :and -well-filled cartridge-box. The stranger gave his niameas John Peard, and said he.wished: to .have 'the. honor 0of servinig :°nder the 'General's iders. Garibaldi:asked if he knew what they were, and menhtioned ini thfirst place that there- was no pay. L ?j[ " Tha t is nothing .I am rich;' was the an swer. "Canyjoulwalk tenileagues a day ?1' : : "Perfectly." I' And be shot at eve...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Cool Thief. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

•' G wo vhilte oince lia a wider notoriety as.a thief ,thanqyn9tol% n iex nd h.aid been an inmate on aiuin s ry gr i and pnsonu.m New Hanip r r " l HeJ~was once ra*ý}t,?l f? ,teaiung bJefore ,lWppe lipd.th~istnGny:ciines presidedl ;;i' James Sullivan, who was attorney general4 arguedthercaiefforritheiGodrnment.," i; I SInI thba ouraEobf7 his -speecdh one :of th` jury, leaning forward, rested his elbow on hjliknee, :andricovere&d h1iisdeyesi with,!his the speaker,. said.-- pyoi hrae. ,`,ou "may, as wml I pt Mr. .ullivan yout have talked one b? the jury to sleep." . Sullivan, vho. wasquicktpf d passionate;, turned t8 thie bar, exclamming.with much ,re !h~e'rien'ce-"= d ' "iou "" iYf.'?oirt odrehead bears the letter T,, which stamps your character.'" And prdceed'd tol'etdtrie'him most' severe ly for his frequent arraignmient?i no forgets ti.ngito tell~liibiif' tlihifisindictments then pending against him at the court. ., Th'e whbile Wiudieib ciddi S''aroused to' Athe :highest-p...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Original Poetry. MISCHIEF MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

`Some little sppi, r of" hlbppy groun. ,. '.I;:f e:rall migh :dwel h'P bert -ii , ;iS ,Free mI:th'SCHitter F MKEi "" ?' '" OIf,scoaldpotbwere i,thisworeally efown, l ime.itteace spomight oflaippm? a:her own :,A ithere villagepleasurmighther go round :: .1*, ',FoWitoueerthnd illforage tattling; . i;'::c SiThere'all miQueeh , mdgh'ei libertm? a If 9uoh a spot were ieally:known, ,,,D.ue. Peace migrht claim it as her own, A`ind in, it she mic'ht~fixiher throne'; I For' ever and; for ever I i-, .There; like 'iQueen, might'reinii anil live, While every one would soon fogive' " ' The little'slights they?n igah' rhceive,`:. . And be offen:dd.neerd v STis, mischief makers;that:remove. r ar, ,from our heart the warmth of love; ',;And lead us all to disapprove .ctp: i;:..rl!What!gives auother. pleasnre.di ;??: SThey:seem to'take one'spairiitbt whet They've heard our cares, unkindly then They soon retail them all again, Mixed with their poisonous measure. And then they've such a cunning way -Of...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Great Actor's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

; The Great Aetor's"Farewell. ,At the beginning of 1776, theatrical Londoin was boti startled and distressed to hear ri mbrs-clear arid confident in the clubs and: if the.parks ; lbuder anid more certainin the green-rooms3-of Garrick's inteition to-leave the stage, where he had so long remained the delight and wonder of the age, and theem peror of-all'hearrt:T T T( ? ) . ) i | " . SThe night before he 4iiittd' ,thestage fdor ever, Garrick bade'faiew&ll to tragedy. He played Lear to the Cordelia of Miss Younge., His biogapher, r rp 'tells us ere Garrick g6t l model or the mad king. a 4He sa1ys-- _ When he began to study this great and difficult part, he was acquainted_yitha.s .worthy -man:wh- lived'ini Lemain"street, Gopdman's Fields; ,this: friend hiaid o aQonly' daughter,,about two ,yers old He d tbd l t hisdining-room -window.fofdlifingtle "chld; and dangling it in his arms, when it was his ,misfortune to drop the' ifant into aflagged area;'ind killed itf onthe spotlHe rem...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MY HORSE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

MY HORSE JOB. E%' S?iAs SiELL.. : "Soinme time back Mra. Snell's uncle, Jake, pre~senfeid" her'Vith a. 'portable cradle, a chicken-coop on wheels; he called it a pony. carriage. Then Mrs. S. took to reminding. i'e that it irequired motive power. I wanted -to 6hange the subject. :Horsey conveisatioin is all very well for a week, but when a mani .can't leep:for.it,' heis'likely to get weary in a.inonth. :Ifelt that way ; 's I went out aind purchased five pounds worth of horse. He is in the 'stable ?niw;.(a wialk-ieyed, hump .backed emblem of' desolation,,thecolor of a "~ean Chinaman, or, not to be mythical, the ,cplor of barspap.2 My.horse has got abigger lhead than any other.horse under the sun, and the works in his.neck have gone outof order, soniehow, and he has lost all control over iti 's'"it joi'ts aboit w?heh he is running inma way that affords a pleasing variety as compared 'ithlthe'set style of other nags. He owns the na~be of 'ob. He has also feet like a camel,' and a bald t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kisses by Post. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

~isses ;bye Post. The young postmaster of a village in the district of Znaim was busy at work in his office when a gentle knock caeiii'to the door, and in stepped a buxom young country lass. Walklingup tofltie desk-she handed the o'ffi cial, with a'Bashful smile, a post-office order, which he closely examined, and paid the young woman the sum inscribed. At the same itime he asked'herI 'jhy she Shad[hiot detached the coupon . from tho order, as the 'sender had written on it a further communi cation for her. "Indeed ?"i'aid'the girl; "well, you see, I can't read`: perhaps you'll be so kind as to read it for me." The post master read as f6lldwk : seI , 'ehd u her` :With three florinms an a tLiousand kisses." Glancing rapidly at the young person, he added with his accustomed.official gravity : " You have now got the money and I am ready to give yon ,the kisses at once." ;The; young peasant woman accepted the balance of her order. On reaching home she said to her folk : "Eh, but it'sa gr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Modjeska and her Portrait. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

SMoadjesaand er Portrait. Altogether a curious .woman is Modjeska. In socia ifiti ohih"ih' is remarkable for culture and intellect-;- and she also posi sesses that selL complacent) estimnate of her . nb bilities,/without which Issuppose, no actress could attain miqc4, success. I met her a few daysi ago tin 'the ttudy of Frank Fowvler',ian(artibt,!bwho,.had invitdd a comrn pany to see a portrait which lie had painted of her. She aiutsCis siii"' ensely. ," tfSIFheý+iforkanisa't a` rlikenel s fatlll;" re= marked somehbdy,gazingiat theoriginal and then'ati he ,pa nting, .. t Zae't tris , .the aetress'riplied-; ee 1 zare is noting similar:. i ook atus both. Wei tare notefn seesters.;,'[,v , 1u, h'q>, ,:H There was mIoreidifference than before. " But look at us_now." She took a placp close by the ,picture, strucklth attitude i-? vhit represented1 her, and; bellol~l; he'aces-wven ole like .ness:.' She.had readilfi?iit iher features inr o - exactly; the icombinatioii showa?' on thie can-...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Umbrellas Re-covered. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

S Umbrellast Recoered. ' A short time ;back; Judst near Toorak, . Thee dwelt two barbers, son 'nd sire, i .2' Who'd'trirn'your-hai&^' From dark to fair,' From black as coal to red as fire. ,- .-Andonce-I left?rmy'gingham Infthe shoppof Messrs. Chatter; Next day I weiit tobe - (Well, there-it doesn't matter.) -r -But, joy1 Itgotiti'bak,t rT('Ti < YesgotAib?aec l jl .j There's Mr. Jet, The ladies' pet; They rane, andsayghe's /such a.poet.?L. And in his rooms (F He'mopes and glooms. (Poor souletjs lihope 'l lA pngutgrawot.) i-A'db once Fieft my ginghami'" -"' Inthis. great poet's ;study; r-- r ' He must'hav thougnt it quite too-too, Too utter-quite toomuddy; .Yf 1For,joyI gotit back ' ,,.' Y . es, got it' back; ;'. !'f': 1, : ; ieu'''tieneant Sub- , :i o! .' Proposed ihis club':' ' "Come in, and have a glass bf sherry." S.o in.we.walked, , , t ,;I 0 ,Drainked/smolked ad talked. And made,. ourselves ,-.-,well, something .merrt y.. ;;?',,, '^ 1^. ;'. , , . ' , i Once m...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Scene in a Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

• Scenein a Ttatre. j Some years ince, while in the,?ery zenith of her popularity, Madame Ristori played! one night in ;lib largest theatre in Madrid, theQueen ocupying the royal box. Hay ing gone behind' the scenies for a change of, costume;.she was'retti-ning t"Hlier place on the stage when a woman rushed forward, and th'rewli'eislf a~i?Iatfiidame 'stori's feet. 'Wi?h thatw~s ma?ily'sympathy which islone' of her chief characteristics, the great trage dienne at once asked,the pool woman whiat her troiube .' wa ' Oh, ma Siane i do you hear thise.-bellstdl11ing:.ý,They re sounding. the death knelLofmy son, who will 14e exe ute within an, houir. oj ale caht ta1ythiig' yoii'g0ho6 't' ~o i.is, i i 't. , madame;! L?:beseech ybu, t?'a~~-i l hfi "life' df,: my_ bqy..;i ýsr4r9.- sl?ý:.ý" "mIInftra 9?df I, 1 Madame Ristoria's cartwas.;touc ed by tkhe 'mther's agony, and heedless of the i clamoif f'tiie'jul ttitd, z'n at her pro longediabsen'ce, ma4e'he`'way to the royal box, where shelwas se...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x