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A Snake Yarn. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

.. ',,A :Snakei: Yarn.. ?i Our. travelfig 'iorrespoidenit' writes .Those 'wairmI' days la st" week.suggested a brilliant' ide Vo y'ifiid, i~:, that this! would be the sort'of waiither forsnake yarns. I would lie'th'e first ioie' tie boards with' a true one. The next'day,. fter pending word' to thed ffice thait I' wa off iPite' interests of: this paper,;:found iiiyself'at"Funcumjolihee with ,he'tumagneSociety's directions in case of nakiebite," in my pocket, also a knife, 'string anid ibottle of sprits,'to be' used as aii antidote'iii'de'th "it 'wadpoisonous. Please note, bgnil':as an"[i aidote (they siy; "one poison counteracts another,") for I de-f termincd'to?bb'estric'tly'teetotaTI on this tripi, uandihada ,piece,.of blue::ribbon in riiy coat. Arivyedthhere,' I, commenced-ithe ,search in. earnest. The. place, :to my: mind, seemed i regular school,for snakes, II took or mistool' ver. therpiece of bark (at'a distance) foi' atrptile! a'nd applied' the, antidote (to my mouth) in ci~s...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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More New Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

More New Arithmet;t ic E If it costs a:family four shilings per weel tbokeep four dogs and a goat, how, miuchless will it cost if 'a policeman breaks the goat?s neck !and tw~ of the dogs get in the way ,of Six times seven girls are ~how many girls, and what on'earth are they good for? ,''( lady-bought ahat for thirty shillings, a setofi rizdes for sixteen shillings, a pair of 'shoes for'?h'teen' shiilings, and a comb for two shillings and sixpence. How much wquld all, have cost her -if the mquhdn'tI Itoi4 her that el wak selling o at f cost A woman pays three and sixpence for a shirt for her husband and thirty-five shil. lingsefor &apair'of:silk-hose'for herself.:Whatk m? mn ma three" shillings to the foreign .missionar.y.fund;-and.cohipped in-a-florinoto. by b -iii two shilling Testament fora l~omhie murderer: How-lmuch. did hei give inTall'? Also, if the soul of one heathen is warfh fifty times the soul of an intelligent 'white t ;ibi',lwtiUc'i~riibr' vlhiable is' the' sou...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Poor Town for Business. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

A Poor Tdwnfork:Business. .,BHeyas ai red-nosed;,'ivild.eyed man from .the heacdwaters.of ?Sage.:Rin,: and looked as if he hadn't been in towinsince oill was dis covered. !, His ~irusty,,: pants7 were: several inches.tooi short at? one tend, :'nd herdarried. half-a-dozen coon skins in-his right hand; S.Atk.thepost-office corner hermeta s'lady,; and stopping her by iholdig.:the ibunch of raw. hide.before her, fde ,.aid : " Can't I sell you something for to:maker a set of furs " s ov r ; The lads sreamed andshot over to the: ""Does any of your neighbors want to buy anything of the kindi' e.yl1edd I '1 ,lhe lanylscreatied again. Y " Now, what's ..the matter with Hanner ?'. remarkedthe,red-nosed man:as the,lady lis. appeared in t ioor opposite,.. j,<?i A moment'later the man..veered into a !briainki an threi th . li hides" ow. n "at" the cashier's'window ...' "" "Got some A No. 1 cooni'skiiisl'rei that ;I'll sell !cheap. ,i Not a.scratch ofi a todh i on ,any otbfthem? -: Ketc...

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

T' he best value in exercise books' OLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.-- Bad -les 'ounds ulcers,. ad iall descrilptions of .sores aire cured' by the prioper and diligent iuse:oftliese rnestim able ptuparAtions. ' To itt'npt ito ei're bad lcgs: by plastering the edges of° thei ivoinid !to gether is a folly, for shoul;d' the :shii' nfiit 'a boggy dliseased condition renaians iiideriieath to break out with tenfoldfuryvina few flays. Ti . only rational andl:.permanenttrcatihent, ias indicated by nature, is, to ireduce the in-, flanmmation in and about the wound, to sootlhe the neighboring nerves, to-cool ,the heated: blood as it courses along.its vessels.;and to rendlcr its watery. .iclhorous , discharge con sistent aid healthy.: Holw?1oaysipills should likewise be taken to purify the blood and ex pel the noxious himiour from the sy.stem NERV OUS ]MEN and WOME N maij obti'uu, FREE, Dr BOYD S valuable works on Vitaity, NER vous DEBILITY :(diagnosis and treatmient), Loss OF MA1HOOD, Diseases of 11o MX, ...

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

' . 'R eme eri a This. If you are sick, Hop Bitters ~ill surelyid -Naitie in making you "well when all els . yIf you are ..costive 'or dyspeptic, or :are si~ffering :fromn any other of 'the ntiimermous diseiaseof the stnzn'ili or owdls, it i, our own fault if you remain:ili, for. lop .Bitters is as;sovecreign remedyib i allr such . com lilluts. ':r; If you.are wasting;away with.lany form of Kidncey, Dicease, ?stop.;temptiilg rDe'thu this Inum?et, an' . tuan for a cureuto Hop Bitters.: .If f you .amr sick. with that terrible, sickness, \ervousuess, ,ou will. find a!!j'Balm tin Gi Ieard" in the use;of Hop. Bitters;j,d:r.:;,; : . If you are a: frequenterC or :a res'.dent of a mni:siiatic distrit, biriicadce your systeum' agaimst the scourge .of all, countries---mala ri l, eidemile, .'bilious ituad intermittent fever'--by,the use. of MlopjBitters. .,, If yon have ronglb,piply,i or sallow skn,?bid breath, pains n.lachesl, anil feel misermble geneerally, Hop Bitters will give Ryou fair'u ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Original Poetry. MISCHIEF MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

Original Poetry. i ISCHIEF MlAKERS. MP:forwards following hnes of poetry, 'his first attimlpt,' as ie says he has naOs faith in, the iiischief-maker word " l'hagi: arism." He?ilo forwards .Enquire H'itliiin upon Everytilugn in \hicih appears tlhe piece Mischief-uMakers, which we published? last week. :.- . If author. woilld asºpi' to famea In writiing whit they please, They might eideavor to earn a name Of inciting their owrn ideas. SOir if they will new poetry try They may at least avoid ,'he critic's keen observ.ant eye, .Which careth aot for \Woiinded pride. If wri ers widi fair. criticism, Be tliey Mttodist or Qtiikei, They mut iinot resort to pigiarisum, ' whichiks a" Mis.chief Makei. Origi?l aud Plagiarism, the learned say, A?eairivirice ';words~ defined: So aiuthors of the 1'ps tnt dila Shouiild not fancy fithde blind. WhiatMischief-?ake? should inext do :Is: ite so th'it it cant be liinted iThat instead of poetry entirely new, It'i?'opied from inatter printed. A tasktoj keep...

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

SL. ~7 AW 77q~ TTtree6ý tniii;; AR'' now o -lzan "" Yti"rgo assortmenx 7 ýj fl;jiiIJNER D iSSE ;; AND TOILET SERVICES " ," 7 17~ oft Jz m n::r . r Ir 1"Inp, Pr'; lr It Of tthe newest designs, adi at very low: prices 't )7lfJfIPTt 1'P JJI 2c iAniYýf Sole ngent 1o2ne Te eee an Z son J t1 I·a. a: I· - 'qh esandle r ins eves' requisit 91vz f forpartieson'bire` IS,'7Fi! t ,Ifl u ji~i ý., I· R, "diT .'A N 'S, ýný15rr f=.''s liand Family! Grocer; f:! .',; 1;s ii' "C"' ~t: I [L13r .. IiIicl in6erH1E- S S E SiiI:ecB r E.,W' F;irrc wlr,,f I, ,f!·, I " Qneenscliff:' ,,j . ; i" ·il:Ir Sjr Jar. 'd1 'l. !T · ' * . . ,i:::lil lcl China, Glass, and Earthlenwareia;f' RS E.aWVILLLS; seuio)y!:,berc%,t0 Rua ,, nouns' thath t she. ;Iiasl; Jf,1!,Qý.,H$ 1) :e;,"e' Corner of . f:1, ~,:,, 'SSE AND STOK$S0'b STREET.' .t,riu ~etirely: fresh supplyy:...of, ,Goodsi o hlin~dVni ud as& the stock hias bein purchased fo~r caslf, the priics quo d" itsill=; f lC, ;I`ýstp uicrsi:evcxr' satisfaction:r it' tlii ...

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A Railway Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

A Railways Murder., ,. , "'·One more glass before you go, Gloam." '"No, thanks ; you'r wme is very good, but--" ..."Oh, anotheirglass .won thurt you; it's a cold day, and you have a railway jour. ney before you." So the Rev. Jude Gloam accepted another. glass of ash'erry. Some of his old college friends had been entertaining him on the occasion of his, coming down to Oxford to take his M.A. degree; and, after dinner, Mr. Gloam was going over to-Warwickshire to'enter into possession of the living of Ror leigh, to which he had just been appointed. It was his first visit, and constituted a lucky piece of preferment, for the income was sub stantial and Mr. Gloam was but twenty eight yeairs 'bold. The world se'emed very fair to him as he drank that, last.glaso of, sherry. dHe: was` provided for life ; his friends-were-'all_ wishing himj oy; and-the reverend gentleman was really;in capitali spirits as'he drove down to the station in a ha'?soni ,;fo ard'eigt?i o'click'"to catchl hlie expie...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

SATUytaI 0TO, oTBnRs18.88n ,'j:, NEWS rAND NOTES M InsteadI of a ] iadeaiInw, lrite %' eIl: and i. vwie ot; the moner; pilenite, ou' leader next Saturdaytwil b?e on the at:" t actitis of Queenclihff ' ;i" A 8peial Picnic Ekltion of the' S~ENT?INEL will be issnetl on 0 aLturdiy, nixt. i Tno.paper,? will be sokl, by ron?elst. . ," i Mr'J. S. Hosie, o Bo?ikd ist'fedh'idk been appointed inaiuagerW ttie liot;ls .and;healsowillsee tolthe ctering.of?tho s'e:unmers one "behalE .iof. the iconqian;y 'Acpplations are invited forthe imaina er ' liipof'thie Giand Hotel 'lt dl "ls has ,retired fr omi active operations inucon nection with the compayony a on If the 'weathet Is ine tlie ';Golden" Ciow wil p oba~y cinnn'`tSaturday vhe lvaiioiis re fieehtie't places in the. towni are: making extensive ,preparatiohs for the rreeption ;of the iraihay emii ployees picnic of about 5000 to airrive on `Saturday next' Iheire wiwll; be :a specialluncheon for thecoinmiittee. at the r iandHotel ~vhih lhas the'c...

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

}ý'Queenscliff Spor'tsOC1ubi '"i?Thl.idf- ( a rlv'ieet t' " of the ,a(be ro` e took pla~ceon Thiur~sdawlast..There Ss agood attendance; and the.presided ,, (MrIT:.,' aArkins;) noccaipiedal the chiir. The minutes., of the previdiiW' i'leting) ,. "The secre'tary, %1 tle.'absence of, tike • a~,~:rer ibrughtiforiward, th.?r,balaice .i sheet,forthepast half year;,wrhiceli:showei! ' thatl thbe ' club," on thewhtolU, as'ii a. sat elfction stat oicers foerthe enorthe an:.fdthe.OxLpendittire-9 £9 5srvld jildavin, -. a..ialance of. ?13'.6s +6d. Th are '1?rofisedl :doniiations 'amountitig loabout" . :ing:ericket: season .then took place' and . :resilted?,a' folloWs:L-Captain;. "iAt ~. ,i lliaim;" `Vice-captain,' j"lt V H' e; ary, Stephen. iomit ,te te-Messrs J, Fanning;,. J., Williaims, >,,J..Mtirrison; .W.:'Jaimiesion; 't!13iddell, :'andlMeDonald. t:'mis 'idiasi'reslved tila any' oftheabove, failmi ette- threef oiscs?.uttive.,,imeetingsl .vithont ..giving .a satisfactoryI explauation, shou...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Ace of Hearts. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

he"Afc odf Hearts. ?ome years ago the Mississippi river was fahilie6s fo its:floating' palaces, as the large itmdiner';plying between New Orleans and the ports above were called. Many pro. fessional ganiblers used, to make .these, boats~ <<! thlir home, travelling back and foith 'on' them, fleecing all who were foolish and ver - dant enough to fall into their hands. So - ' ,well:indeed, was the system managed, that ! the various members seemed to, havetthbiil various steamers markcd out for'ithem by, '"coinm on 'consent, so that no one would trdli pass upon the domain 'of the othe'r..... 0e'of' " the iost;iremarkable ;men gf this claas w;a Daniel Sturdivant, a Frenchman, the~ onl b a broken-down scion of nopility, who had settled in iew Orleaisl~efore the transfer'6f Louisiana to tihei United States. Sturdiiiant' had been raised., a " gentleman" by his aristocratic father,' but, on coming of 'age and finding his fortunes ver'y bad,, had taken 'i"(tb ldids .as a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Where the Freemasons make their Brands. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

x:;Where:- the. Freemasons ! make ;1; i" Iit . ,; : "j "'. r" : :< .ý ' I r,. ";r,;', their,,B ans JH `Ti ;:m1884 t 'HoriDi-idx.i-h't' S cenec III zr:j ."" J ,,/'J r' u .J'ar y ,,us . .go in ,and'a k :Georg iwhere:;the uaseoiis tmakd.tie· r "! 'r `;y , r, 1 t '' .t t Il "wi 'o ui6 'ohn, allays goes' bed , t,,o'cloek ,ov>But 1;Ii tell yqu how 'to find: out. exactlygiV' Gol'hupan~r d .,~tellE~tlie'lightkeper Lttl tt'ther$ s P: `light "ii!' tlie'lilitilaouse; 'and~then iio doubt',ydu ,rwllliuicklyl a n.,.1:5,

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

ý r. -A so y etio of, G'e nera t 'Prin1in g executed in iftca 'tyle qit Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Pice, a e Office of jn .this ;Newspaper. S111 In t vertising Department every effort is made to atsf customers Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low for a

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

Sir-Your corresponden ?-dUltili must he ignorpt,,r very blindto. the pusr port,ofnhis letterv;published.in {youir' issue ofEthe.Jlitlidist:hen'iestig ests"that it6as only& fir tliat ifP shoukl glive lis name,,ye ifailsato aflord;,the examplef tbi deliberatelyt.omitting -to give I, hiw ownn andihe must be,'even mor thaiisi "lin'd or possessin?butveir74imited powers of p r ception of "wlhat .is .ri"Iht and what is wmronn whIn'hm'li°asdrta that he, "as tt'-aorlas. present uriniig 'the whole part o any;of therplayers ;anything" 1ot of the wniy.i eOf cdollnee to" a pereoihlbi ii iwIichl .ustitia'·a treblemilention of Tr e iBlInes'everydecidehly points- out ias 'hillI 'lie therefore dpes not,. as he. valiii~p"'ni' hslice : It folallers spy .un , attdesigna on,,.irequire., the naie o t?individuilvuplasyerlreferredt ? lIv "as ail s.p...i , r.e p* l ,, nr e tiiti 'c 't;.'a the llittleirou phy. aeuowledf I to !~y s!n, y nnlou!ltel,aLt, times i,(with oe ,vell-mknowii tor a littlei,' ie...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CORRESPONDENCE. THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

"P, kCý,,RRE";NBPýNDNCE. ;ci TIHiRSDIYL " BHA .LFF 41OLIDAY wroný;t At.,'rnr oittheý?Editor'. -3 .4ii ! ,t ec'di: o hle ap arince of our, lio . m Hese- st eec; on '.Zu e tn t)I,. . ut!aappear-that~our;localetradeit ien;eor Jtihould' say; sbmd ofit theimi ;ire n;otqimeid rif thei thd~1AF far'lW4I re:; member; in,~j)Iaf'l I S.r~n;'i1etei i,ýi 1ap¶IjC4re ljjtx{ow1 RcIunnes,-,.isigned 1h nearlypraI1 ithefratlespeoplei$o''lthe ottect, 'tlrta iteu hiidýesithýiien'aii'tuWil'u1be ~~sd l!t ry =.Thurida rynfrift r·ti1'i rnon a ýn-e o :c"ook9 in ýe,,ftrst;;T1 Lsdhyt~~:in'1 Ray7,to tlie', last. Tliursilay in"-October; both daysjnj elusive:" `Nosi~ ;-lvt=- a iiR, howV peojles pftej ningia doewncument \t01 .tis .eft", can With 'the conscience of inca dolih&r .i ) .,fr' .t1 % 11 ,'jlllll:riI~,.f L ~~ sl rnahnesR a nought' ýr.To" saythIolcast: ;of.it; itrils most annoyingl' to~ those (lwho were so enthlusiastiei~ n the mfiuxviientbt vbhenRccrnglitqthir own;orilntho v shoildibe dclosed.w tr ...

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TWO WAYS OF MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

TWAO wRYS OdF MILKINq. The D ?zr.Farm1eriell 'of a market gardener who had a ye)'y, fine cow that.was milked week 'after week alternately by.tivo hired then. He observed that ti? amount of butter he carried to market weighed about a pound:more each alter nate week jle lwatched the men andi tried the cows after thley had finished milking, but always found that ,theie. was no milk left in the teats. He finally aisked the Scoti:h girl who took care 'of fhe i ilk'if ,she could account for'the ditferedg. i:yes.2- When Jim milks, he sayetotlie biod iw: 'So, my pretty inuley, so!' But when Sa milks b'he ihits heir; on the hip an says c

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

i iBRIEF-NOTES. : :i S*Water ini 'wvhieli/il bIolbf niislackei liiih'idi been put, and thqn allo?W'ibd ittle, is an effec tual remeilyifor wormsi, slugs addisinails.I AT i A. (listoga man hat-received a patent for a fruit pickel just invented., nIt clips the vineiop? tree and holds it so thlat it can be transferrrd to box'or basket without other handling.? ' ... Prof. Low, an English authority, says that boiled 'potatoe, mixied itli cu~t straw br(h!, may be iviin to horses of every kind, even when on the hailest work. andjthi.%f;rnis4a species of food bodth fivle 6me1udecoholia1;u ieie o It is said to he the experience of some dairies in Ireland that milk will keep longer in vessels that have been cleaned with bisulphide of lime, a substance easily aud.leheaply obtained at drug gi-ts. A small quanitity ofIthis -isdi's6lved in vwater and added -as'requir d tothýatir used for washing theda ry utensils afterwardrinse with cold water, i ' -:.'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

Do you ever bury a dead calm ?i A courting owl'p slang sign-Tow i To The smaller tlie'sing 6f ?tisefi i6tbigg'r the lie. ' r (,"1 T , It was said of an eminent lawyer, now .When facts wer-weak, his native cheek j rought lim serenel th~oiigh A small boy came into the house, one hot ,summer.day, and asked for a bigger,straw hat; h e felt as if his head was barefooted. "This is a-novel turnout," said the book .seller-as.he.dumped a lot of.unsaleablefiction iinto the ragman's cart. "What shall ILcall--niy dog ?" asked Tom. "If he was mine, I would call him home and kee-nf?fitith?e;" ?rlilid Bill: -"" `?"? A strong mind is more easily impressed than a weak ore. You shill nit as eiily convince a fool that you are a philosopher, as a philosgoher sha1t uo this manF.1 Here I' I se?t "fi sfillitugs o this man for an infallible reihiedyf for iny rod nose, and he writcs m to o on drinkinguntil it turns .nurpl. . They say lilt figuires won't lie, but one ii inclined to doubt'the old saw when he ...

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

THINNING FRUIT. Dr; Jabez-Fisher, of Northerni Massadl[iettC tells-the 'anni frt ournal tta thie operation of thirifii ui shuld bel co~m~neiiceX whenitie fruits are from one-half an? inch to an inch in diameter. Begin by removing so as to leave (1) no two specimens;growing from, the same spur, and no twd so'hiar toether aso that they will be likely to toutiil. each 'other. wien' full-grown, leaving, in, alltcases, the .best one of a cluster; (2)' no specfnen that is deforimed or is so injured in any;way.thatitl will be sure to become deformed as ~tgrows; (3) no one that shows injury hy any. insect; and (4) no ,one thatis materially smaller tlha?t ! a'erage of tlfe'eniainder. ' Dr. Fishi~ lia been, remarkably:!successful. : He has prac-. tised thiinhig fruit for many,years.. But will this pay? To answer thuis queston,,t istfirst to be consideredd'bhatit d6sts.u'"Siipposie;a Beiirre d'Anjou Pear: treeoi.the',-pherical head of which. measures from twirelhe so thirteen feet ih diamneter...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Gruesome Play. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

lUc1O2 kT'!2-i i +IVA1( A Gruesome Play. The principal features.in, the drama of "'Nana Sahib," produced at the Porte St. Marlin ?h ?trlein paS1 pearl tobe an. unwoneU1[ er o c ageatjdet al of blue fire, and a series of terrifc comba·Its A French journalist.pre.s nt at the first representation of the piece had the curiosity to mu"ulat?4 the cadaues,,aud.re konasthat, .hefobet.' tcurtam ?'falrl th'o )' ' faftgila|2of forty-one. In the first act Djamma (Madame Beruharc? 5Jdrifl aged' .Kndob, y a. mmnisterig a °st6of ison, LanOd Nu n.s Sahib, her lover, on his de takes three of his subjects, condemning one to be beaten to death, another to be drowued in the waters of the Ganges, and 'the third to be shot. Six English offiderJa .nýrtw? nativesar, next slain, after fwh ci coimea 1lthltalleau df thae 4af nfor te, cons derablyq Inut hers de' u eootbatl ! IhlelEglisuGoenor is te lnext victim beingsliot at his'own desire by his solier: ?d l te 'aying; ~b'and ing,, aud poisoning go on terruf ...

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