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CORRESPONDENCE. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

yO,, 0'RRESPONDEN6E ' 1, A L L , ;11, P no 111) 1 7TQ, xif'O I . MAY )OON Si.',. Dedr" 'Editor -LNoWLi1 say. dear' -not Qilvd' mpha'ti lit liI.ame ing, for tis is a dear subj]ect. ;!tmusitb :apparent, to householders,;tthe deai'ess of some of'the conim'on necessaries oflife in this place is directp o ies "ro gsi.cotnmercial prospleritvy .d ph inutrest of tiej builuess people.I It is noi l aIuncommon occurrence'fora ,waggon 'or two;,with ,thliainame "of'iome" G eelong tradesman affixedl r'em lieshel d thereon, to be seen-doinig-a-yvery *ifair busiuess from door to door. I said " fair business,'? but it appears tiie thft'lthis kind of comn petitionl-:is very unfair,. and a'direct, hai'gh selflfcid,'"',n]just iceon tll radenif 'busiess people.,: i,T:adesmeAi frpm:,Geelong on elsewhere must profit by :'these;risits; or 'they 'wbuld icv-ere rider! take or continue them. A' mani 'horse and' van,, firop Geelong and back,-,means timeaudi money.. ;Many ian. thisAi place i deal.TalfiostRt;exc...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 6th October. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 11 October 1884

==OROUGH COUNCIL. .... -- end ay r1theetobe '-""' PM heA vo'ýr ,oemn#,ir"A amniesion, and ,H t ilIO . A letter was received from the Gas w ks contractors, offerini to purchase thfliebroken metal in the raFled'c t ru py -ý,r i;ard:;the writerý.stated thliai it wouldicost'6s 6d Ideliv.red. Cr Adinini sad?dihat the price was not': i i.o. . e metal cost 14 d per yard to-break-it,, and he had to pay f6sfa var. for.itherm'etaelisoti1tie ago.~ erI 'O ?.r ,,aidr at ii!t oii stiad ý"r; l s; ' V1 :i lý , i ! 'vt'.( ") ".}''?. e , ý!ýý l r l' ,l ' ,11 : Si ~, ýý.. , " u :e l . it *ro, ' ;,inthe 1'way: 0rthe. oa?' S,o?Aiay,,and the movyed tha the metale ý ,tý beo"dfor Os d.' it :.'~''. Hii , beýsoldi for 6s6td.,d. i -,-i' 4 - " s o1 cr1Baillie sFaicoiided thie moltin,, aiidt it was carried, Cr Arkins,1,ii1e only Stiso nt;, onthe g?round thatifliti was drefused to the rate'payers at'tlie 'price, he did:.not see h y'a' dioeeision shlould be ..made i favor' oflihegasworks,.,..... ;, ,'.The contrac...

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

Mir,-Referring to a letter which, ap ''di.yoerlastk bks issue:comiinent rtimgon" roug an coidartily pay; a" the'part of .one of thi locilteainm I'thiik [. P. .~oe?tlie laver danth.lu :,ip ·us-. inetbyjwriting,such.aletter to,your, paper, and byitryingto {pison tihe :miunnds of 'ithe pu'blic'agai'st'the gameof ffoobalL i1[ P has.evei:gone, so, far as totry and 'make; peoplebelievd b$yhis letter thattli?fiatch was not~h~ing more ,or less .?than; .a' free h nI dinkthiere is an old spite xist 1ng" betweeirthe writder and thehplayeri siow-it, or otherwise he has but little: 'ikniowledge'of thdi amie :Very likely it, Iwa sthefli ?t f1 t b1 llO match the ,lhas ever' wituiesed;?-if,?sichis the case I- would, ailvise liiin't to apologise ,tlhrio?ti.-l the pres~sa. hei lll, be, forgiven .for t1e11 wrongyhe has.doine then playerthrough uis/ ,taiii' a spitifil A ýtdu r l h0,i" e twoul1 1like.,to learn Ito playthe:game '.,tlhave niot, the sliglite~tdoubtthat'it~ hle olil spe.ak tot` ieacIh ni e ...

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

, ,.~ir, ~ ,Inyour=.lissue, of 'the ; 4th inst. there appearedia lletter Jfrom,; a ; peisoi signing hiiiselfiM.PI, coiiimentinig on the nlayo on iaculrplaer in the tansofhe True Blues; -Now, in justice to ;the; footballers who ?:playb??under ti? namlie of TrueBlues, I'think'that it is onlyaian that M *P shouldgive his own name and, thie, name ,of. thei~individual whdni e i accuses of being: guilty of stduc foul ind brutallpl)ay:" I,':as' a sp?ctatoi,. whob wasipresent during thle wholeof thie match failed to see on the part l of. any pla yei.,ether oni theTi rme Blued oruPort-, arlington side any tlhing that could be called cowardtly or brutal.` There. .rws certainly a little rough play asq there' 1i eveu-ýývithruor_-5batlnvst-ometrpolitanei1 di 4cipliledrclubs,!ut-?,nothing 'oiw?araly. or brutal as described by Mi. P; HopiAg thlat M P. wilbnanme tlhis playerNilwhon +he accutses of uninany nehlvio', I am etc., S `.- ~:J , -.? JUSTITIA. ,,+ ,.+... . . ... +.+?t? J

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

BIRTHS.           SCOTT—On the 29th September, at Queens-   cliff, the wife of I. S. Scott, Telegraph office, Wilson's Promontory, of a daughter.       SECKER—On the 5th October, at Queenscliff, the wife of J. Secker of a daughter.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Unicylist. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

.3 "( 'i ý itf-l: fý !. ",1 ý ,t("ll ,f) {.'t ,ý7 "' By-the-byes qiarlino " paid.,Adolphui s to 1', 'l 1 a t 1t + ; r r t [Vthiyoungidtow om adbe akg +,tions ,by;theu.byIIyold bave!xfeveris'tod mie lhadtbusiniljg your.fathe'rlis i?ý iiw rif(3 'XShe was aoeirjpiii humble pirctumtancej1 enfd li2 1e'ome acqgiaiited'withAdoIpb'us, "lmieetingcohimrin-jtdeee Pitp~ roycgardens;'When;~ Stiir.aPur~ves.jissn'tý (ibbit4t; Iand she replied, '~ apa is~a unicyvcnjt. tl! ltýý, iricle'cid~~tiil"' oqbacA not rginicyelist~prasyft f I1i maJJ c alstt dn' 'iim;ýdanrlihn;, toasgk, hisleosn to ,IonriIun It( ,Why ask me;Adolpu,,jli oujknoW ]. am 'yours wheaevet you claim me, I ~kdbhli iilllddnltlii'the-v'ekirb atthor of, herfbeingandifo uhdid 6ut thkt ithe'wai rageiitle, nan, .of Italian extraction. andiu~4g towbheel a "arf' Harbor yrd or rpissign9

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Taking Time by the Forelock. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

____ki _'ii_'i i'e ;by _____,_ 201 k ii ,Bars of railroad; iron were .cutiun into foot ,iengths andfired from. some of his. hoaviest guns, and the noise these missiles made as they 'et ritailing 'trough the air was a ort i of cross between the shriek of a woman and the nbiangy; a t mule.- The Federals lis tened, in:, wonder at the first ;few which. banged throphh he tree-tops, and'" p l presnto 'dhs ?n'dtlihe.hi feol'.th st' inefront of ai fPen lvarid a toin rregiiientp . A2capjtain'stipped forward to rinapect it;itndinfterl turning it .over.hp rseil;etAiis Colonel with the news? : " Colonel, -them -infernal rebs are firing ranrd f ir at us!" S"rThdyar", fo,?in etct;'hn& ri .ftr' tu.ning i4 .ji "'Captainl adv~ihbe youtdoIompany'to that ridge, anid deploy, nd ,the i nigitejyou find '3i;cls43is getti1g xrcady to firetrej ht ;ca at' us senddme word.; I don' lpropose to have IySre~fiiehinflashed 'into e groiunc whvlieni' r,it canl bejust} shwelltexterminated i the, r.gtlarwyayf,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. MR. ARMES BEAUMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

* 0OUR IILLUSTRATION. I (l1l(MMR. 'ARMES BE'AUMONTT ,i' Mr. E. A. ealtmdnt-ogenerally known as Ames Beaumont-the subject of our illustra? tioinithi week, is, we.believe, a native of Victoria.? He is well kihowi tlirougoiut the colohies as a very fine teir'siiiger, aiind has borne the burden of the day as principal: tenor with many of our .opera troupes, aud, besides, has frequently filled gaps .wheii others have failed. He is now resident in Victoria, appearing from time to time atmost of the leading concerts in Melbourne, where, as a boy some. thirty.years since, he,sung in duetts at the Philharmonic concerts with big' sister, Irs Fox, whodis also known as an operatic artist'of no imAllfame,."' " I, '44 ' 1 .

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A Whistling Actor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

, _ 1. istling Actor. When Bouffe favored us with his compan, in the foyer of the Variet4--a rare occur-. rence-- 46Tiall?iregfalle 'ude with a goof' story picked, up,:in,ithef'course of his loi: theatrical life, and one of thosre, the, last I, v'r heardfrom.is lips, stucty.emem; 7'-r : ýt tl t .i.1 . .. ie . her. He was starring at Roueii; and ou' one' Ai "iof'htits olleil i in0theth'eatre. when' 'fHero'it's:""Zampa"'wasl played. A'oitbig -tli actors s i ~e, recrumit 'to. "1ivh, f6r soh?,reaonor 'ther, fthe,specta tors had 'alieni a strb? dislike, anii hissed hitmmos t'unriilereffiilly, untdil. at1 stýthe poor flll'ow'` 1 fo?? ard'iid 'adresse' ' hei audience as follows:' ""Lies~aid gentle-. mii;n,"" I hai'a' iifefad 'thie'ciildren, and if" ad'' beinl?'ifortunate enough toibhave pleased' you 'would'.iae eearne y Yiearly salary of 1 800f., whili would Have eufficed: for us all I' n dsputeyour rigtto "rejet'ie;li:t' althoug tynging hbas not pleased yo my wllsng may . Therenpon he beg...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Supersitious Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

,&jA certainiyqounglady, whp lies iii Soith Yarra, ias a mother .who happens fo.be a .very devout Chritian. . This conscientious miither, henever' her', daughter procu'r'es a new.at ,bonnet,'or new -pair of; shoes, com. -,pels her.o iea.,it Atlchurch before appear?-; 1in ' ithit in anylplace else in public. ,Last' week the young, lady expected to proeure a anew dress; 'which,' she"desired tt wearat Wit party;inextiThtitday:night. "Sh ieiexpectedi t?o?aeiti; donidand wearit to rchhro 'Ilast Sanu day,;in order.,to obtain the right ,to wear it at the party. As ithe dressmaker dsap 'poined- her' tiowiver;iandifaded t'o ?nisht ;thie dress in itiiiri, th6 poor young lady is, now:in ,greit ;tr6uble;a She hasaccepted an.. ianitation toattendstl e party, ,yeothgdress must lie untou'chetill.af ter next Sunday.. I 'Il3:; tl 's

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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What is this Disease that is Coming upon us? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

;What.i?isthis Disease .that is , Omlng,upon US. ?.:.-. LIKE a't thfii`at nigiht it steals inl upoulis unfu awares. Mauy.-personsrhaveopains about tile: chest and' ideis; fid(l:"soiuniitil s in the bhack They feel dill iahni sleLepy, the imoioluth hlias a' bad .itastc; epeei;illy? iii the iorninoi Ag. sortb :dr sfkickyhslihiue coll?cu - abcliit hii teeth. Tlie" appetite isp oor: "Tiird is a feeling'like a? hea lio adion tlie stiiinach; soimetinies a faiunt all-' GCser~diiion at tlie'pit' 6f the Atomiachi wleh foold doi es"iot tisfy., Tlhe, ey es are utnken, :the' libiids iand fiet. becoil: cold and feeldcmliimy.' After a timiehe lbecomiies e.-. 'Vous, ifrr?ifllieih gloom y, aid hlias evil fore 'boditigs T ,is'a gilddiiess, a" sort of whirliiisdsenstiioi' iii tlfi':h iu when uising 'ip.' suddenly 'Th ?E "dels' become costive; the skin is dr nid hot :it times;' the blood blcoeieo tliik anid stiagnat; 'the whites of the:iyess becone: tiMigned 'with yelloiw, ' the un-te is seauty auid h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Running a Locomotive. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

Running a Locomotive. "Well,',.I've had a little' experience min running an engne,"' said a long specimen of the genus Yankee, putting one elbow on the bar counter and holding his whisky straight up'to the-light, "and ifit: wouldamuse'you I'll give you a yarn ortiwo."' " Stave aiihead," said his companion, '' but I've been there.myself. I used to run an engine fronm New York to Philadilphia':T [ "Oh, you did," said the Yankee.?t' Well, that just amounts to nothin''. I've beeni a special engineer for the last ten "years, and there "ain'tia mnile of -track &twkeedt'heoe said ?Frisco I haven't travelled jover.· lYou se us'specials are obliged to lbe ready for any thing at - a moment's notice, and when we travel we just go right over the ground, and don't youforgetrit.''- '. -"I've made some pretty good time my.' self," said the second'engineer. '{I t ook ? .train-through-from New--York",to-Phila delphia in eighty minutes."' . ,, Oh; that's chilc's play,.? ?a ltefirst iengie??`~...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Parson's Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

: The Parson's Revenge ,,;,c;Iwas: a.'regulari church-goer-:on1e, and *wore black'cloth aand a sanctimonious counr., stenance ;',but I lniever loved: parsons. IMy1 affections';were prejudiced? againist- themn by the first one .Is knew;, a ilank legged;rdankl' ilocked .purveyoilof thdcbomfoits ofa religion;i ;who sihepherded the, plate'andethe flock .of iour. little corner ofrutheihoiird's vineyard., -He carried?the namelofSloppy; and'used to make poetry and maliciously mingle'it itii w?ith?lhie>;sermosii,.taking" advantage of .a saleeping congregatio: to get off his ineffable; rot,; andhe gavens!uhell-fire enough: at one isittiig to'. cure the, worst cold:fever? mortal' man was afflicted withe iIsused-toilistenifor'" -a While n: i dazed. sortTiofEwAy ;'then nly' ithoughts wdould'fwander,i and ·-I';imiagined' myselfacherub up:aloft? playi? cliuckstone,, and!letting!paving stones fromTtlie streets of the New Jerusaleni fall oiito Sloppys' glossy skull. - :i,, , ':. ; '- r - Y -,t H...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mr G. B. Inniss. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

x1 =iii, MriG :,. ,Inniss." ., D , aid )o '?1ew TO h'hEdifor:'hnia v., Sir ',-oti ishing1to;respass tooiimuh oni youi" ,pa'c, if you kind!y insert this i ydti" next issue you will oblige me. I am at pre sent residing in Tasmania, and my business will not permit of me coming over to speak for and defend myself against the many slanderous tongues that have risen- up against me, since, with the help of thef pbower" that cormes from on high, I wassuccessful.if i forming the Queenscliff Blue ltibbdoi? Union., which, by all accounts, by the unitfied ndi un tiring efforts.of the ladies who took the' work up after ny leaving Queensoliff, Ias been 'a: great success.' There is io6 man who isnote subject to vile:and critical and even slande rous malignity when ie risesto dignriityfor any good work that he h:asitecominisheIl. In hitting the iron while it .was liot' and stairfing t;,e Union, was the Ma:ister's work, niot tiwe. So if muy friends g\ill kiiidly take the mo -out of their own eyes he...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How a Panic was Created. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

How a Panic was Created. In May of 1832 there was an excited and mischievous run upon the Bank of England, which was brought to pass in the following tilanner:-There were four gentlemen in :London,; twvo of i i?h'om hail [ti ll'ie'e~ it'ee ,cently elected members of;-the reformed 'Parliament, who wiere bitter enemies of the )Duke. ofi Wdllin'gtbii; aind ;theytid ~dsired ito ireveut him from forming a cabinet and assuming the office"of'Preiiier. To this end they determined that they would make it appear that an attempt to place the duke at the head of the Government would be ruinous to the best interests-of the country. So on Saturday, the 12th of May, they clubbed together, contribu:editwenty poirndsi each, and caused to be p.rinted, a?large num ber of flaming placards-that Is, in flaming style'l-bearing thi brief but terrible sen itence : " To stop the Duke : Go FOR GOLD !" And during Saturday and Sunday these ,were stuck up in every-conceivable place throughout the metropolis. In ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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She Wasn't Fly. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

SheTaln'tFly. , . ,'" My.dear,, saida wife to,her, husband, ; l oowas looing over. .undle; of old letters today, 'and foun:dthisionewhich you v-rote to me bfore we, we9ej married, -when ,you iwere young and, sentimental".' . yWhat does, it 'say, .:"' . li read t ;it~nweet .eidol oof, my loinely.iheart, .if fhpuo.,ilt place thy,,haind in' mine, andi, jsay;; :'Darfiloyvej-I'llbe,jthy: Sbride,' we'lliifyj1 tq i 9sunny iltaly, andi'neath' soft cerulean skies,'we'll? baski-and,-s.jogandl dream, of jiugh??,tu.t love. Rich and costly paintings by old masters ashallfadorn the .walls of the castle I'l give thee.'.. Thy bath shiill be of miilk. A box at the Opera shall |beaf "t'llihy command, ? nalroyalty shall h'e .[tby aily~aisito d edt/atiaidl.dof Imhsic shall lull thee at eventide, and warbling birds. shall.. wake?i t~ee ron'.r thy i morning sldmbier'. D6Dsttouaccept? Say ' Yes,' and fly, oh, fly with m?e" "'And I flew,"said the wife; ,'but if I had been as ,fly as I ami now, I wouldin' l...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

IN .the,pbelief,.;that what 'igood.for the 'gooset is ,good, ,for ,,the?ganider, acorrq spondeit"'furnishes' u' 'witli acopy/of a letter addressed to a friend.ii answ to enlquirie, aQlotiieeiicQiul, as. aIplacei to visit'andienjoy.the summer, months- I °? Dl)ear ?rA , - r,;-In answer t your en quiries about this place, I mý'sy?, that? I li?e it remairkablyell. The people are the most unpretenditig, obliging, and, friendly I have ever met with, and the' town generally :ill compare favorably with any.Ixhayveseen;, ands although it. , nnotr boast,,of ,much; iný.the, way of] highly, cultivated: gardens, i abors,' sunm mni6r 'libises¶ i:to, enjoy,- 'it ?hais pleasure roundii ther ;spots; e, ef yIn so minlie6d may contemplate thewonders :of the' great and, mightyi;deep,' engag, in 'reading, 'or find ad :endless gratification il'lby.'lidlefCiess. From wht *I lear, and tfroiiim vhaII' liave,seenl,I .am not inqlined to lielieveithat the; summer wea ether -wilb!.Jbe:too"lhot1' torender outdoo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Ancient Miner's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

.The Ancient liner's Story. Oh, yes, :I'm fied as solid, sir, as most of folks you see; At least the coyote, Povert hasI ceased t sniff at me, 'That mine' is worth a million'do.--that i. it is to-day ; What it might cost to-morrow, though, I couldnt exactly ay. ,,. rT I. Alboy i old onnecticut -thisdream. In"sect to 1drhol&o What if the cellar of our house should spring r''i aleakwitlfgold;- -r f ; p Tj i( And I from thier any time l ihmng lumpy ` coultir?n'g i . I've got a cellar in this rock that's just that sort of thing. The sum my fathe slaved himself fon twnty, ' ye ,s'o y ºyt p l, i. a.f I've t.k_ tQ hat.theroehole inless'thau halfaday;........ If I could lead him ,up yon path, I'd:make -him smile, at' least. :" " But his old lab or hardened hands aemoiild S ermnggin the-East. - ..,. · .-" ,r I'd pack mymother up this hill; and open-:t hei vi ew ' " Enough to give albeneAt to all;the poor .she knew; I'd pan a heap o' happnless ou6irt of: her dear oldface ; But:mother'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Actor's Artifice. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

f ri:Th, T e' stars 'A'r~ti O ý some years agB Ili'e'eime acquaintpd with the following ý mtisiigine'dedti?ot oAcerning one Jiaines' Vills ';fTiiorite? aidi?ifetiousi comilediani in' thelitid"'bf thli es?. "?4 l 'He wis e'strange 'cdinp'6tid of h?i?lii" ir 'i?d iifosyni Braey', 'n ma'iiwliho=fouildwtitLease "mniake others lauighl, Lbit W?hOseldom laugled liir self. 'A .meliitholy fmiaiia' thtdiugli 'life causedhimitoh s"hiuffie of'thi morialcause ere 'ialf h is' oe ?iis ' nun " ?: n:_"+u' " : .! ' , About the time that the Tedixas 'e?fement. ran high in"the 'Uiiited States, hewas 'in tttsbirr ftiir i tiffifition nmd uncommon to theatrical gentlemp, uflat broke," standing on ,the whi ,w rehzAi solemn vjsageiex tended, pla g ecould get'downithe river Withoýt n.' ,,oney vhen he heard tth' sound of a'drum and fife He saw a small party of half-uniforme .soldiers, .eaiug pexas 'banner, and about to embark for New Orleans. A thliouit struck him., i -r Tlie' ne'iclaýl Till's sent his' trunk...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Just a Little Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

Just a Little Revenge. A certain Frencl marquis, promnment. ,in affairs of iSit?a1eejl at paid hI?addressesto a handsome lady under promise of marriage; and the day forl the. happy union had been filed, when, for some cause wli'ch'he did not choose to give, he declared the match to.be broken off. He would nbtfbe lharried. "Well let us part friends, at all events," the fair one said. "Give me one more happy eveningii, and Itwil| coi soleyself as best I can." To this the recreantlover. assented, and, in company with a few other friends, he sat down to a sumptuousfast.in her saon, and wit and joll?t' rule'd lhe h'otur; nd) more than once duriigi. thee prbgs of he-feast the Marquis almost repented him of his re cantation. ", L, Here is'happiness ,to;both ,of:?uslfpr all the time to come !" the beautiful hostess edclaimed, .at the same time lifting two brimming goblets, onelof/which she gave to the Marquis, keepinig the other, and raising iti to her own lips. He followed her lead without...

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