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"Chop Away, Mates!" A SHORT STORY OF TRUE HEROISM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
" Chop Away; Mates! " a .A SHORT. STORY, OF ,TBuR HEROISM. I The following shetch secured' first prize for the :best " rare "bit " in 'ah English i publi.C c cation: ".On't hel15th'of July, 1873 (a time- of year 'when it i nearly mid-wiTiter in! the Austra. ? elianiseas), the-ship '&Miltindes" was signalled from London, and. the " Rip" (one of the ;pilot craft which do duty in and out of -Port Phillip) with a crew of nine or ten, "put out I from the pretty water-side suburb of Queens. C -cliff,to place a pilot on board of her. After getting .beyond the Heads, the little vessel I e?icountered a:treinendous sea rolling in from I Cape-Otway.' The order was given to back the foresail and lie:to'while the mainsail was being shifted for storm-canvas. :' Soimething I jammed in the? down-haul--somethihg. or I othlergot foul.with tlie throat-halards-and James. Marr was sent aloft'to 'lear the gaff. W*hile :thius?engaged a" huge sea rose like a. 1 hill ontheir quarter, and rolled in a...
NEW TREATMENT OF CUTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
NEW TREATMENT OF CUTTINGS.. The common custom has been to either plant grape .cuttings. directly'in; the vine; yard or to plant them in nursery and then transplant them into the vineyard' the fol lowing winter.- The : objection to the first! method is the improbability: of getting a .good stand of growing vines? and the second is objectionable ·because the -vineyard loses almost a season'sagrowth. J. H. Sewell, of Central Colony,' has adopted a. plan which is appapently, a decided improvement on the old methods. Mr. Sewell planted his cut tings some two months ago by putting them in a,,deep trench, top ends,down. They were covered entirely with earth to a depth of three or four inches. He is nd6w trans= planting his cuttings into the vineyard, the, roots have already started finely, while the buds are just beginning to swell. : The fact that. the lower end of the cuttings were, so near the `surface aicount's for their'starting so early. : Upon some samples shown, us the roots are al...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
WJOLESALE -eA . ;t --P1 a.,,, ' - ' ' 644 71 " '*- A P-,-, e-j'. I ! 1.'--) tai- On-i -^ ^'-. i ohiie ti I M d t aOTl _et7 . , i .. ... .. ... .. . .. . - A:. .. . lb e. ' 1 - :11R i J..vw INSURANCE.'S.' , tii; t ? ts est n .cui f rnt rates. : ..... ...Securitiesl l perfect. ... Ia ierif ormation my be obtained on- . appl 41d tit ANDREW HODGE,i i . , Isws Ag.entm for:4 Queensliff-Disi ct." O ,ttUdiSAo a Coib rrugated iron 500 gallo ailr . p i e eri" e nee.l Office., OA.RD;&n:nResidence-16s per w ek.' ' ~ po . Lloyd, cor' :er of Mercer an 'Note' SAlddress-i out : Sati F,. rydcoeo Stce 1u .;. King street, opposite Royal Ho.tel.. S.if-j.'- Pi-asbiable r tes. " A ply F:J. Lloyd. ' Jioslit e 'Royl Hotel, corner of 'ieredr and K1i-kit sif 4. eet,; Qeenseliff. .. if ,":"L 0 W E R. : in "i -O am; nesr, ident, a t s-- . .' din tfio \ Ieranlcetoleenstar mt.sh S ...'i of p nngi re. ' . ''u i ,, ,,i,,'--- ;IbRYSDI?LES; * -,, .'l ind f.ati Lain are ae a.nedpre a red -: !S?,? T-eanksmae. ...
Had Him There. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
a Had Him There. : SGentleman .(to. tobacconit)- ? Have you any 'village beauties' in' stook; hiow are they?", .. ?? Dealer-" First-class, sir,; this lat' lot is an extremely fine-one." Gentleman; :(departing)-" Thanks; you =wrote that they were very -poor 'but? I am pleased tofind you are mistaken:. I am the miniufacturer. Good tl- ' a. Judge, to a very plain! old maid-" Miss, in what year were you born ?' -Witness " In the year 1863." 'JJdge-" Before or after Christ."
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS. A:r~Northern '.widow ior-the thiettimi-e whose previous husbandsi owned lirgei sugar eitates, is(hn-t tmay-} temedli af successful plinter. Holl6way's Pills. -With the darkening days andt changingftemperatures the diges tion becomes impaired, the liver disorlered and the mind despondent unles; the cause of-the irregularityvbe :expelled from, the blood and body by.an alteiiitive like- thesle '-Pills. They go diretly to the source if the evil, thrust out all impurities from the circulation.' reduce 'disteipered oig iris to theii natural stati, ani cori'ect all defective ndnniltaminh tced soi:retiniis." "Such cmAy inili , ' iofhs'itiIt- I ir"' i l ir ?,thi.:s(ir eii . ;,i l1 "; lii rnl,,t, om ch did ho' in l iit hi. '.n nf *i\il\ nio.' .i oin ii 14 i::ii' wi .;l•l* briik ; ' l'rii'idi 'irj o -iinwo h-i '.I es l, I . ,.'- w tid;i*. i ..'i i fl' il,, "'.tf ri't p irino itii -'i i* ci 'ic ' t i'v ifin 'tnfe . r aK.hi 'in i - * in'.di.st filr. of tle frme. effect n iv.'...
PORTARLINGTON FOOTBALL FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 2 July 1887
PURTARLIN(GTON FOOTBALL FIXTURES., ? '1 , ",,..,, ýA11aýt theJ.Port.ý._~..,-.raý.ý_ May '7- --Manglebone Aug 6.Z.1i=seiidoiiIu. .- 1.-C-Iiflside- r - I "-Yvacant;" 21-Fitzrojy - 2O- oiiith Yarrm - 2R-,?Noithote: - 27-RTchamond H. Junhe 4-'arksid& -> Sept. 3-Royal1 Stad-= J 1- 1%ontague . n SNprthYalk 10 O1-hnapel United 28-Abb't'tsfordU 17=' Star of Col-. July, 2-Star 'Cailo .'lne wood 9 (.ritericn~u .24-Fsendon Utd. 1( (liftorn Oct 1-VlcaRnt July23-=('liftonAihts S-Nortlh"#illiars 30 -Dailn lnn. srown
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS. On the eve of departure of outgoing mails, the Foreign Department of this office will remain open all night. Holloway's Pills.-With the darkening days and changing temperatures the diges tion becomes impaired, the liver disbrdered and the mind despondent unless the .cause of the irregularity be expelled from the blood and -body by an alterative like these, Pills. They go directly to the source of the evil, thrust out all impurities from the circulation, reduce distempered organs to their' natural state, and correct all defective and contami ni ted secretions. Such easy means of institut ing health, strengh, andl cheerfuluess shonlhi he in the po.sessinon oftall v? lnrue tainach.s are weak. whlose tnilcnd art ur mln hIrn ,*d, or wlhose braiiis. rce t r-':w rikel. I ,ol wary'b iv esseni?l ly .-' hl,:.l-r *nll, .ip ..n rm, id- i cine. wherehy it> infl,,unt't. r-:achinrg ther,- tmtodest fihrest f the frame, ifect I un_11v( rsal lie nmale as hig. a Ihndle as he cou...
THE SOLEMN HALF-HOUR. LOVE, COURTSHIP, AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
THE SOLEMN HALF-HOUR. SB SILrAs SNELL;. d LOVE, COURTSHIP, AND MARRIAGE. The .question.( of love, courtship and tl marriage is one of universal interest; few I men -have lived, to grow bald-headed with out having given the-subject some calm con sideration. Dr. Anna Longshore Potts, a m lady who knows nearly everything off by heart, and can make excellent pies, is the al latest to trot out with a theory for revising ot the conjugal code of rules. This lady thinks G she can teach the modern young idea how to m pop the question and fix up a marriage in tl first-class business-like style, and with due regard to effect, in one lecture, admission a l shilling, back seats sixpence. / Heretofore the young, man has waltzed l airily into matrimony simply because he sh was mashed and she was agreeable; he cc never went and sat in a quiet place, . and T communed with himself, and put ice on his m h'ad to assist him in figuring out calmily and .as dispassionately whether the girl had a "con- sil...
From Sydney to New York: OVER THE RIO GRANDE AND BURLINGTON ROUTES. (Continued.) CHOOSING ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
From Sydney to New York : b OVER THE RIO GRANDE AND i BURLINGTON ROUTES. b By1E. W. Moon,:of the, Ne: w York firror. tf (Continued.) w CHOOSING ROUTES. ti : In addition to our coupons, we received a Pullman car ticket, for which we had to pay s'ix dollars extra to Ogden, entitling us to a certain seat in a parlor and sleeping car. Thisseat is yours for this particular journey, and the ticket is collected by the porter, and a .berth check given you in its place. On most of the roads the Pullman car is in charge of a conductor, who is assisted in the L4 discharge of his duties by a colored porter. Our experience was, of .the former, that n they were generally men of some education, m ready to point out and give you information,. ,willing to assist in making the time pass oi pleasantly ; in fact, with such men as Tarble la and Johnson, of the Burlington, and Carter he and Holden, of Rio Grande, we found our il' ,journey much improved by their efforts to th amuse and entertain us. S- Th...
Wit and Humor [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
~iiU 4nr -nmor -" What did your father leave-you when he died, Patrick ?" "Faith, he left mie an orphan." " Is it impossible to teach girls how to whistle ?" asks an :exchange; 'It:is if you will only leave them alone after they-get their lips puckered up.. Wife : "That man- has been staring: at"ne for five minutes I" 'Husband: " Weli, you wouldn't have known it 'if you hadn't, kept your.eyes on him." ': New Boarder : " Nice cat-awful fat, ain't it ?" "Landlady :." Yes. It. eats .up! all' the boarders cau't eat." New Boarder; ." Ah, that accounts for it I'" SA correspondent wants .to know what. a. capitalist is, anyway. Well, in this country a capitalist is generally a working-man who has learned to live on less than he has earned. . General Booth, of the Salvation Army, says no- man of that organization can afford to use' whisky. It see?ms tous strange that at the low price of that condiment his disciples can. not afford a'nobbler.now'and then. He must keep them very poor.. . We le...
Scientific Notes [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Dr. Brown-Sequard, the celebrated phy-, siologist,. says-he.-has rdiscovered that the moment the skin of the neck is cut all sensi bility disappears, and 'that the best means of, resuscitating persons asphyxiated by smoke, coal-gasor wateit is to apply galvanism to the skin of the neck-a method he has successfully employed. Some observations made in France by iM. Cosson miy throw light upon many mysteri ous fires. Inone instance spontaneous firing arose from an air current heated at' 77d. F. only. The wood slowlyr carbonized at` that temperature, and, ,being thus rendered ex tremely porous, a rapid absorption of oxygen resulted, and sufficient heat was then pro duced to inflame, the dry: material. In an. 'other case the warmth from the air-hole of a stove was sufficient to set fire to the wobd work. - .. " 'As finish.or covering'for walls and ceil ings pulverized steatite: is- coming into use quite satisfactoril~f:::t-". ;simply soapstone. It takes a high polish, Ni' `arl grey in ti...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
To the Editor. Sir;-A-mongst.otlier things in ,your report of the Council news ilast;? eek there appears an application from;Mr Smiley for a piece of ground in one of the reserves for storing fire wood. and agricultural pro duce. Would it not be better and fairer if: Mr Smiley would either buy: or rent any :land that he may. vant in Queens cliff for the purpose? I' am" tbld that these re serves are grainted for 'recre 'ation :and nhot for commercial purposes; and if: this is the case, I hope the Couicil. Wvon'nt' recorim'eld that M1r Snmiley Bshoild enjoy a privilege -that is" .:ot allowed to any other traderd iittheT town Other .poople 'besides Ir Smiley are' inm. this line, and have to either buy- land or pay rent for places to do their busi ness in, and why inot serve all alike? Yours, 'etc., SHEOAK. ,, ,
Animal Magnetism Extraordinary. A THRILLING PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Animal Magnetism, Extra-. ordinary. A THRILLING PERFORMANCE; Since 1775, when Franz Mesmer first made known the discovery of what' he held to be the medical value of a- force in' nature to which he gave the name of "animal mag netism," down to the present hour, the very existence of the said force has been in dis pute. Doubtless there is nothing to excite surprise in this. " The pretentions of persons calling themselves " mesmerists " have been in a great number of instances, to say. the least, greatly open to question. -In some cases, there can be no doubt, the grossest imposition has been practiced, trickeries of the most barefaced kind palmed -off as expositions of mesmeric phenomena. The inventor, or rather discoverer, of the extra ordinary power exercisable by one 'human being over another by the application of animal magnetism left Germany covered with honours, and-when, in 1778,. he -betook himself to Paris, his system of medical treatment was accepted -by . a number of the' ...
FOOTBALL. PORTARLINGTON V CLIFTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
FOOTBALL. PORTARLINGTON .V CLIFTON. The Clifton and. the local team met for the first time this season on the Port Oric ket ground. The Port team being considered weaker this season thanu last, the' general opinion was that the visitors would win. Although the Port has arranged for 21 matches, this is only the fifth match they have played through the other teams- not fulfilling their engagements but of the five contests they have proved victorious in two, lost two, and one draw, The Port won the toss, and elected to kick, with the wind which Swas a great 'advantage. 'From the kick off until ¼ time the visitors were never in 'it, the locals kicking 3 goals 4 :be :hinds `:to ril. ,On changing ssidest sitors put ?dffier ent appearance oir the gagme and' at the call of half time had equalised matters. : In the next half the game was. very .rough, the Clifton continually kicking the ball. out of bounds until the change of sides shortly before call of time the game came: to' an abrupt ter...
The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
A spoonful of oxgall to a gallon of water will set the colors of almost any goods soaked in it previous to washing. To clean satin that has become greasy,. sponge lengthways, never across the width, with benzine, alcohol or borax water. Press on the, wrong side. SVINEGAR MADE AT HOMEif-Make a syrup in the proportion of a gaiioa of water to each .1 pounds of sugar and to each quarter of a pint of yeast. Keep the liquor at from,751eg. to 80deg. Fahrenheit for two or three days, then rack it off fri'i?.?.hie sedi ment into the ripening cask, wh.;re an ounce of cream of tartar and one ounce of crushed raisins for each gallon is hiixed in, When' ,it is free from any sweet taste, draw it off into bottles' and keep closely corked.'. -DEVILED; RABBIT.---Joint and parboil a rabbit,, and" after:it has become -thoroughly cold score to the bbne with gashes' one-half an inch apart. .: Melt-together in a saucepan three tablespoons of butter, a little cayenne, salt and mustard, one teaspoon of ;Wo...
Not a Loud Call. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Not a Loud Call. Ch';rch Member-""I come,' sir, at the re quest of- your congregration, toy prevail on 7 you,;if possible, to remain with us another year." Popular Divine.-" My dear sir, it is im polsible. I am called to. another field, and. my duty-as a Christian :compels me to go,. although it grieves'me igreatly to part from thos'i with whom I have labored so long. C. .M.-" I am very 'sorry your, decision is already made, for I have been empowered to offer you one thousand pounds' for: the coming year." " P. D. -' One thousand, eh ? Well, come. to think of it, that call wasn't so very loud:., I tell you what, if you'll, throw in a three' months' vacation I believe duty will keep quiet for a year or so.'l":'
CLARK v JENSEN. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
CLARK v JENSEN. To the Editor. Sir,-Havinglreceived many enquiries re Clark and thyself, I forwai-d you his; letter. for insertion, which:will show, the reason . the match; dui i not ?take place. I remain, :&c., JOHN JENSEN. Portarlington, 16th July. To J. Jensen. Dear Sir,-I was very much sur prised to hear last night after the boat had c one that no definite arrangements hail been made in reference to our match. I had to leave shortly after I saw you about 5 o'clock, as I had to be in our shop: at: 6. When I left-Igave Mr Darley instructions to make all arrange nrents, and when I came back I could see neither him uiorvyou. I nmn sorry .to say that hbsiness affairs will prevent? myi running you at present, but perhaps at some future time we may ay meet. Yours, &c., Edward Clark. Sorrento, 1.4th July.'