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BANKER'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

BANKER'S DREAM. Of chases and ?coiurses dogsdre'am?, si6,do: horses-.- , Last night,I-vas dozing and dreainn.. The crowd inid the bustle veer there; and the rustle ( , ', \ ? ` Of the silk in the autumn sky gleaming. Thcstiniuc throngd ciwithfaes;, t h'elrooadcloth: oc aci'd 1,ices " . . Thl5e biitth and lthetents, id the cars,'`""' Th bookmaker's jargon, for odds maikig, The nasty stale smell of cigars. , We formed into line 'ath the merrysunshine In the van of th battle weI heard?the stones Srattl?;0:i .f is ei Someslogging; was; done; butno slauighterY, A shout from the stand, andiths whole of our banc. , , , - 1 . . .do n . Sklmm d merrily- over the water. n : .i Twofences'webclear'd' agid';the ro'da ' we IIeamr'd:d fi "ou i,aiic a')' J .I When "three ofour troop ?cIa e to trouble;, TLike i bird on the winmri astonie fri'm li~ig, Fle\v'?Cadger: first over the oouble. ]Andi Westenwas th~ire? hd and tail in the SAnd Prndon wasimere oo that nle -i,,e Could so name a horseI shou d f...

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

Of' tie newest deigs, and a1t gery ow prices' S.otle~r a bgen or tiaiewe' weeler: Ieusoi : ....· " ; S e,, "in chie: & " , t oeD agent a fWieeler s 1 W Is on Apr, : \ a.t requisite U -,L B R Ya A " : 8fi u3 rf.J,(%;Drape '. Outfitter, [t - And Family' Groc?pr '"" '7 .pW: .ine and Spirit MIerchant?m;,i No. 1 5 .r-H:EIS'.:8 E1 :StT;R1bErE :T, d,~ bl U u: t & ::'T ,, ina,.Glass,-an.d, Emthenviare.,i "ý"týRS -'(E.'lWiLLS; seniiii; e lsbto'Ari J noiunce that she has RE-OPENED THE SHOP ... . . . t l:e Corner . , i Aniitiely fresh hupply ''f 'Goods !o ha?;j '"`id 'is the stock has been purclased for cash: the prices ql oted: will give custo.1 sh ? sat 'iftion : AIA'i. .i IIiv .? i p' .' i .r.r ( II '.?|Dor .r : .? cl ? r"ý ` i , F!' ?T?,U g R 11%: fc ; R .ta .).1 i YI C GRO ERIES.gg the?e?tiqunlityt:,p-,-. noiifHam andbbaconl :iutter an~d eggs rIný 11 let fes romtie'd'et, Tobaecos and crgars of the,best,brands A, biu '"'.':"!:?t '" ' ft AI1[ u 7:,I :i;,( J:, I T:A "' Ai' [A...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

'An AliarnmigDiseAsd Afflict : ng'. a N umerous-' lass.; . , '. The disease commences ttii ' a:siiglt;a e' rangemenitof the stomach,' biut if'i cgleeted,; it"in tiiml' ii1nvoles the whole' ibitd ,i ein, birici the kidniys liver painrhes, and i fct, h 'itire" glhniAular systemi; udithe 'afflitcted drags outi 'a iin3ei ble eisteice until deathlgives elief fronmsuffriinr Thie "disee :is .ofteii misthaken- foi oth'fcoli plaints; biut if tlie reeider'il ask himself l:hc fdlowing questions, he vill be able it detcýinnii' lihetlier' i hiimself is on e of the afflicte -Hii .I distress, pain, oi difficulti,' iin blrfethiiigafter e i ting Is there a dull, hcavy.i feeling, attended by drowsine;s? Hicae thc cyes ia yellow tirige? Does a thick, stick, mucous' gather' 'abouthe 'gumiis ind' teeth rin the'mornings, accimppiuicid.'y' a disarieeable tast ?' I the toigre .coateld Is thele p ins in 'thie side ahd. back?-'Is there a: fulness about the 'ight' side as if thc live'i werde ielarginig ? Is "...

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

SATURDAY; OCTOBE 11 188 "' 'THL coining'nseasonpromisaso esprmise o bsobia Ibusy'oneb; There will be "'ositib steamboats,,and cheap.; fares ,by, water.-. The first,3 picuiccxceursion..?yilli.be:i one iiumbering 5000,; . hichi is to drrivellere this day fortnight by rail. Mr Speighti, I'. , .', .* " - .' .l"'' '" ,. ": ,, ".o.., I : if, , .9 ' i -wilo haf ilfrom a count.y whpere alii-pex dlloia' iiAs.traelds180 iles by rail for is, is takmgiiigreat.iiiterest- in futhering th Swioi.ei'fothe tra'villiti public.' 'He' eii quired in Ballarat tile other day;'ai t welieter, he ~~an.,popenlg for a p. fitaule: traffic betweeni, that city3 :ndi Quikenscliff during the ,u tmer seasou ay, fi tliel st-'o: Noveiuber to the' end if M . i ,cif u .ip uexcurson or iiionthly tickets at;reasoliable rates were' i..ued. The city councillors iiifdf6i'ed ; hbu that• musiif" obablfly iuolpportuin. tieJ of in itii' n equacli'f wul -ibe 'genorally availed ofj ifr , e trains were so .arranged' thatl the: ]ouri...

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, ... — 11 October 1884

. Mrr C arter' strees'a4ve again been destroyed.. Out of 16 there is 1 left. The perpetrator-for 'surely there can not be more than one guilty of this van dalismi-shculd take the other ilone9e: are sure le is hearltilv welcoine tit.if, lie will only trke it w about. Mr Dean has resigned ig hi of the Library in favr ofine one locally situated. ' (: lThe Queenscliff Quadrll Assembly meet next Monday. Contractors are busy; carrying on operations at the gaswoiks , The CosmnopoltiiLodge of Free masons is rapidly inire ;in numbers. A special meeting of the uOneeiseliff Sports club was held oi Ti urstia last, when tenders wereeeii vedl d for howling green and fence. i-Oing to the lateness of the seasonitis6not likely the work will be iundertaken at present. M-esrsrI W. Sini' pi'and:Jordan; were appoinited to auditlhe accounts to be presented "at the half lea meetin to bei held on' Thursdaypi ext The ,?&enscliffi comrit of the A.O. Foresteris"are taking.steps, to r rocure: a banner ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Three Travelling Bags. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

The Three .Travelling iBags,. There wed hree df them, all of shining black leather, 6rie on the top of a pile of trunks 'dneiuin .the'vo?nel's hand; and one t .. ,on i he,gond ;;) 4 going t Paris ;all Mwi'. ' i` 1 ". ' r lfri g bt b e c h e c ke d . .':' '-s " i; : :! ; The last l'beRll1' g. The b1ggage mani I ,hustled;-fuming,fronm one:pileof baggage'ti& another, dispensing chalk to the trunks, and, i S. checkstt thepasseng'ers.,; -,i, f! looking man, with enorm9us'?*iis`er~'and a i r.d d?face, ro'vding foward as' ithe baagage i manilaid his hand on the first bag. -,:. -! ' "Won't you please givei me a check for t mine now?"entreated a pal~, slejder, well' idressed young iman rfor the nh tjme hold, ;u iZngtoiit bag:No.;2 ? h ;tI'haTe':a'l1ay o ook Say; be you agom'to give lpaiea hpk for. that ere or n growled the proprietr' of bagr NoJ3 tiarked ellow ina Tiablby;overcoat.: f I A All ri, genc .,, .n'eme e (you are,' 'said 'the functona'y, distributing: the;three , checks.+''...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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FOOTBALL. QUEENSCLIFF v ARTTLLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

ilot) FOO TBALL. The above matchi:,was,, playedtin:ttthe; iBatteryre;'serve- on hbThii~sday( las', and iresuld:itn a? llaoi ' ntleenscl I.$ ruyutOU goalis10.l behinds, to 'iArtillei'v .2 goals 3: befhinds,, o',leors,. rlnWilliams Jackson, at f Mouhim ore shsowecspleii did.play for. thetCliff; while!iMlIedown i Clssens;;'Hiclcey',d Qanavanagii wollrks 'hard forat e Artullery,.Ci;edit is due to M Pasha Ward who 'actedi' as 'centrallfi'i pirein a most satikflpruiner lT 'orero t moBS sal~trs factory roan ner. i Th great feature of the day was ,the kickuig,' ,of tw'o~goAlsfront a distiane of G5'yards; on ;bye " ,illiamsanid thether by ;[ouchi. more. :,D, i ingthe,secondhalf the Artil lery played a very rough gam?e i:`;

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

( Any description of General RPlti ng execiuted ir lait Sui. ck DespatchiI and- for -Modderate Price, at the OfficeQf . * . . I . . , o.. ;,, , ,* . ^" "; .· ,? . - , ; ; . '.! ) ' . :'ln . "i'l ? SthisD t Newspper. , ow a. n .In the Advertising Department, every efort is a to atisfy om Ind met for e Adverisementm an w tt a,, il i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Rifle Club Match. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Rifle lubVM''Matob c The Bboye vas 'firedion'Sa~turdaylast, wheniil '21 members: competedfi Tbhefo116iincr are tbe;scores of 60. points and over +T"' :4r1° Name. A tua ;Hep ,Total, Gann G~ tiii rd 69 ;16.:" 70 I;rC.Oiiliai':ret: ·"': /" e ,, Sergt-m'ijor inddle.; 74 sc~ratch,; 7"') SGunner Glal r *'`a ,4q, I(l r , x74 ' 1" BombaerdiPddler (Ai 64 scrr tch ",Licuten antT Tvthan. B, t62irs sr tch. 62',*" *Corpora1iWiliams.' Gunuci 0,C Hardig 43,^ 19/ 62' rGuztner: WV. Arkius tri ' '{45 ': ' 25'1 0 M'irked, this :are Piizetakers~. i ii

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Crude Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Crude INotions. . y Rimbler.: If we areto acceptthe ,signs of the times' as an index~? e must allow that ; Queensdliff is moving onwards in tile greatmarch oefcivili szation. I have .often thought wdeare:about' a qtiarteof. a century,behind: the. age in many ithings, and, in spite ofourboasted knowledge, we have leni in the past sadly lacking. Not withstanding this. we have got the name of .beingji people who knojvyhow, to;make;nioney a id ieep it too. 1:Butwwe are dWt upn int •momreseises thb arone. _'Ottil't6.tirftiiltffihftr Qieeicshlitfis to be lit up .ith ga?S at the'end, of the "year ? vhy, the oldideitities Killf soonj not know the place. Ican't say we'have ever! -liecnshort of tas healthough not the kind of'gas that ivill' f reup when we apply a\ lighted match to it. Then again the steps taken with reference to our Public Library are very euPcouaging- The vwotderxinmeei) that such' ation was nottaken years ago. corresponidenti;lately- drew? ?ttienition "t the Wesleyan Church...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

; G a ooD PUDDIIG.-7-Iftlike Frank Castle-, wood's Clotilde, you will be fperfect at puddens," follow this receipt: 'To 'te ulpq'of six; ba'ked apples add one'l ioa~ld boiedi rcee, .one,ouncr, of sugar,t the 'rnd andi juice':f opeleiidol,'te whites of four eggs : beat ithe Whites thoroughly, ,stir all togetheranid'let itc6nie to'a boil. Pbor 'this into a deep pudding-dish, put it into a hot oven ; whentitis of about tha consistency of jelly;. take it from the oven and pour it over aicustard made of the yolks of four eggs, one large coffee cup of milk, andtwo-thirds of a cupofs ugar;. flavor with a few drops of v'anilla ; cook like any boiled custard. LEaION' CRif 5 2.PdLr6fo& leiMfeIs (er .thinly. and ?lirow the peel into twelve tablespoon `fuls of water. Squeeze 1theYjuice over eight 'ounces of finely powdered sugar. Well beat the yolks of ten eggs; then add thie peel, water and juice gradually, and strain it"through muslin into a stewpan. Stir it. one way over agentle fire...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Ladies' Ages. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Ladies' Ages. Thecomano obect aong womahkind tb.lettingotheir ages be known is not shared. bly-the ladies.of Japan, who. actually display. the facts as to their age in the arrangement of .theirthair.o{ Girls from nine tq fifteen yer - their hair interlaced with red crape, describ ig a half jcircle round the head, the fore head beingJleftjfre with a cfdrl it each side. From fifeeni tothirty the hai~ is dressed :very high on the forehead, and put up at the back in the shape of a fan or 'butterlSy, with iiterlaciigsiof silver cordahnd a decorati6hr of ;colored! balls. :Beyond' thirty ai woman; twists her.hair round a shell pin placed hori:. zontally at, theiback ofi.her head. ?;;Widows' also designate themselves,~ and[ whether ior; notithey desire; to marry again. ;!Onemay; cqm~iare withithis remarkable hirsute honesty; of the Japanese ;a story toldiil?, oe: of: the japers of' the i reluctance, of ,,an English' wbman to-adopt any such candid policy.' Ai theatrical manager was producing...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

Tho e adso a, elbourne masher as told e/ himslf:''' ' ,. I Chaptef'I.1 :/'I ¶caie'i:. ij i ( 'i OChapter II. "saw.. 'iChipter II.n" "1got lfleff.!" * *? "' In ife's great ariy the fools are usually Life is lik a'pan nof "iilk-more skim milk than cream. .'- , , . "At'a lottbery 6nly one"man drew a prize; all the rest didw~iistols'. i * A great financier is a thief who succeds. Athies-a great, financier who fads A Telegram-" Your mother-in-law has just die'd COine at once withldte pleasure "Brevity is the soul of it," she mur mured, as sheFeolitepplatei he new bath ing sult. Although a cyclone may take away' ti roof of a i'odie,'ijntfi IretV lbeWknknown to carry off the .motgage?j,,,i;' , The English swell smokes a short pipe; therefordlwlý''ma Expet'to; ee: ýehe Aus-. traliai& dlid ke take t the'di~tlen.- -- .: The hand that; rpcks thp cradle is the hand that can't throw a s~bne at a hen with any success. There i gr itetiel' bf- 5iing and cooing goingon in this city.: The pri...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Be-spoke. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

,, One o, our.firms,. which does business in 'coach id biuggy. makersi aterials,` s pon his sign-'"Felloes llibs,ari," Sj'okes." 'A young wofiiauiofioiite 6odifi6e , fihsse 3ih' dintionsr were. evidentlylho.norable,,walked iiiand mentioned to the gentlemanly,..clerk that she would like to see some of the fellows, anid if aiy suitted shewouild takh' &hunb The gentlemanly clerk gotout'of it by tell ing her thatthey- were,:all';;be-spokei'what they had on hand, but they expected a fresh. stock in hortly ; ;

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

I.mpecunious 'Actors. ' ' F Stephen Kemble used to relate how one day, meeting a brother stroller who com plained thath;he had not had ,dinner ,hany ay1h ere t ]im ;a hospitable ?tce wi re could eaas much as he liked, and have nothing to pay. The hnngry actor, of course, delightedly ac cepted,the. invitation, andg Kemble Jed the, way mnto an mmense turmnip field .andibaide him set to. His companion remonstrted at what he calleda crueljoke F .ý ' _ Well,-I veIdified ere myself allitheweek, ' was:the answer. Landladies were -laid-~iider contribution as well as farmers by the impecunious players, and we frequently'iead of flights by night from unpaid.lodgings, and bundles and: boxes droppd Lout ;6f$hdoivs into friendly hands below. But the most ingeni ous mdt s6ddf scapni an n paid laidlady wasithationce ~rsorted teog b Johnu Kemble whein left penniless in itown. The good wonman was, ill; ?ldl -procuring r at "otop, `he whipped .i h night, anndyda? j over hei h ead, until in sheer desp...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Not Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

S i NotWazited '; " We wenthbiome wth "a 'friend the ohe'r daylto, dininera id'vervisdori' discoveied' we were neither expected nor wanted:l;Oiur friend adjourne ,to,the next room to sqpuare matters for our.fgd;, and deheard ai hoarse, voice; 61%i eve knew to belong toified, expostulating .witlif: ve?yfhri ll diin?e,' glued our ear to the ikeyhole:i" We'alwayr do.this, and we trainaour reporters onithe same hines. ! "Hnsh-sh 1" said the hoarse voice. . Shrill voie,: " Alwaysli'he way, bnrining la lot ofv loafers ,:home: withut'a ,,minut's warning. That ichild-robbing ifellow !eats tand drinks enoug at a .mealto, keep my 'children a week .Wh'y ddn't'yod'give him threepence to go and get'a'firee lunch and a drink?'.1 ,jl.iiE- , ', '.' i ?i,? 'i ' A " Hush-sh I: I tell, you," from the hoarse voice. I ., Shrill voice: "I shan't -sh I I tell you I'm not going,tosee .my childreni broughtto the Iradustria :Schoolsi by a, pack 9f lying, drunken, newspaper threepenny beer drink ers !" " Hush...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Aarqtise. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

. ; Ai Australian lady mariied'?to' anItalian priie " year ago .has, already ,left him. Some Australian girls are too proud to tavel around With at ambodirine all d?ay. :; The first thing that the&Puritatn'did When they landed in America-ivasi:tb'lfall'iupon their, knees;; the next was; topofl ? pon the aborigines.". ' t pn the ' ?Aiong'ii ecent patents a' po~e s " 'storm indicator.'"1 Every m'n;aried hiaii'"ii' con viyial habits should, have' one; andJlikp it "n th?h same popkt, ivith his .night-key, ; VWeil.-dressed stranger (to hlafer in,,Cllins street)'- Will you kindly direct me to the :narest bank;?"l i. oafer (withinfiiite ~corn) -" No, sjr ,do you tliink It an: atianOlntal bankdirector??, , ', ,- " )i I . (aniously) :," What did.that,young iady obsve, who passed us just now? Husband. (withl " smile ' of 'c calm "eliht) -" Why, my lovei,'she"bbserved thbr a gopd-looking . man ; walking . with, quite an elderly female, that's all. Ahem.',;, j 'teard in Little' Collins ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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To 'Frisco and Back. AN AMERICAN FASHIONABLE ITEM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

To 'Frisco and Bkc ' A. AMERICAI FAHTONABLE ITEM. " I came mnto give you the item o my ar rival iln tihwni isaiaa hairiV ii yesterday as he wandered'into the Boomerang office, wearing- an :old-fashioned Seymour coat, split down the back, and a pair of low-necked pants, draped about him, and daintily secured in front with a tenpenny nail. S".I passed. throu h- oyour town last May,/ ,and ? ?noticedm-tyour paper that- Ji as aý .vest. ound: passenger-on h'e6 overlhanid train. I have called to tell you that I am on my way back." -," Haps.apasa ittrip; 4 - "Well ;onlylpartially so- I enjoyed the journey out to San Francisco very much. Went out in section No. 11 of a Pullman to T a positon as a coali ir``f l'EiFhil c Van but when I goJ there I ifou da an- old man hioldi?;' thei job'whb' had given good satis faction for nine years. I hadn't the hea'ri to take the placel:away:froM him, and the President1 seemed ,to feel the same about ' So2" o ididfi'i et'ldjob I " No, not eiry muih:li I' ul...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Muscular Christianity. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

• .Peer Caiývrighn wasi te nae'of a'wel .known;-Methodist pibneer. I He:was's a srt'bf ,peregrinatingp.igeon, ,.hoqfliwovei the. hils and swamps ,upon his :apostolic wings. 'He feared' nothing, and was as strong as he was 'brave! &'At"? 'certaini camp-meeting he got into troublediwith a 'set of roughs, who had triedto bireak up the services.. Maj. L., who was a prominent citizen, though a great siiinner,-. ideintifeld himself with the roughs, 'aid,:flying into a! despirate iaghe; said' if. he tho.ught. Cartwright. would' fight, him a"diiel he wold challenge.him.:... i ;, ".,,'i ,aorthe- reacher ans,,ered, , f you 'ch i lengei I will accept it. 1" Wel'sir; I 'dare you'tomortal'com 't.' • All right;, sir ; ,I'll fight you? ?And sir, accor?ing to fthe lawsiofthonor i ..suppose, it is. mhy ,right, to choos the thweapons .with vche'ir m re to'..ght' . . C Gertaishi ," theiaj o'r e ejd " Well,fithen,-we will step iover`&'tiithei o this lot, and,;get? a,~couplet :of- cornst...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Big Words. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

:BigWcrds.. _ It `isney. Ito e bigI worswhen small ones will expressi the, same meaning. A: youngIlady :who r.was~.making:a-: call on some acq?aintaiiceobjseivied.that the'furnid ture -ha4dbeen- hanged,;,and'"riiarked' `to the lady: . " . ; ' '"You have been etamorphosed haven't you?" "ýt -:..,ti.J.. i f 0'1 G,!.. TlL;.lai · ,.. ~ :r '" Y-e'si;,T said ,.the,, other:,:hesitatingly, "You ariteppere , suppos.e; it looks much bett r,~ toe'O?n . " i+ n .' Another lady was showing-a visitor around her groiuds; whiichiere nnderitliecare of' a lands cap?' ? , ? inquiired of her friend liow, sa likedthework.;,P; . "WhyAi):I thiiki'" sh'j~ii aid;,.'" that you like symmetiry.~ ':r ' .''' )i " Why;":r said -.the ,other ,t;a', we:: don't; in tend toobury any'one hfe:i ,There is a good" cemeterg 'juite near. . . r ' What causedyourittle boy's ness ? asked a .plain'nothder of a mother whose littlejson was very illt ??' ?1~ [?,1 r;v Pw + "He nwas:climbig hia .ladder, said, the, lady, ". and:lost hi...

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