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

-,-, '-, fl ,,r,:;. lS,,, r - : ' r1,' ,- ll.+, t. ie was an old man, and as no entered tne room he remarked' timidly"to the 7?itBits editor:.l ui ii ! " Do you want something to printlinypogr S"Yes " replied the editor, ' if I' worth publishing a Viat isi'! +t.I" :º ' " Gttyo ur orperibil out. I ne er roae on a railroad ,train) iadd aii going in eighty years of age." "All~ right, s'i the editor jotting it d ,wn'; .that', " a good item. ' Iqilver saw a t!ephone."., " Is it-possible ? Go on." I "Nor a pretty girl." "' Aind I fhjaven't liashedi?py ,face aendi hands for twenty years." .t i All right. 'Stand ajlittle furtheroff and keep on." " , was 'inmy teens when Itan ~i y list "So was the mant whowrites Itheifunny! ?)ings for thi, pappr,",remark d th'e editor. "'Proceed.' .. S" I never heard r'Pinafore,' I never'sawian open.back shirt .no?ta ..gge of cricket, nor aora or fineut cewig tbacco, nor a dud$,Jn~via'.?ila~ v ke fniwispaper, nor a pug dog, nor a pair of low.cut shoes, ,nor ...

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

•i .... .. " "~ 7i-"?"" u 1 11Ui ?. 4I Qe ,'"' said 1h, " I'd like, twQ nair h- .*? Vt you .,thc fair` maid tb'luse , . And.'Sid, No?v Jacky d I d' i ? ' .the,"c ,?lFoI'(don't you see, I'm flushed 1" " But that ain't 'straight,"' replied her" SAnd thin ihb,"` doublej bussed ?jhoet;,, ' - !Please name the day,; would,deal liglht To even ' board your ante, , . -?ShIl'uorder 'clds"lPýFashiin'tlIP')?Uý ` i, 'l?e,',Q;;cea, , saidl y c4;-andl?nowv ( grow n They ,,draw, their carriIac wickej:; ' i;It"Hfhoonlds lit tle'kio t'"ii 11

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

Da? Ri" . Dadi'ice, the famous clown, reltes the followii? stor'~ of his game of p.ker with Napole III In 1835 I w?s'a ace-riddr off Long/Island, N. Yt,.irolhn Stevn I. ? c/Vanleer was the traine rAfter exerelsing Dosoras, a four-year-old, and giving him a big sweat, he showed lameness. He was entered for a post stake, a single dash of two miles. Nan leer sent me on horseback to New York with a.letter to Mr. Stevens, giving him full par ,ticulars)ofyth lameness, advising hisw ith drawal from tle racd. i Iarrived in4'ew Yoak dimounted ifirodt of the' Hotel de. Paris, located, I think, at the corner of' Broadway and Leonard street, inquired for -and-was-shown-up-to.Mr-Stevens'-pr.rate. parlor, where I fouind a party' of the iiost distinguished gentlemen in New York, sit g.tjig~pj..sid a table and playing a game of "draw.."' First-W' was .thelerat-d' 1'T• Greeinof New York,la gre.at turfman ; Mqc casin Jackson, of New "'ork, the owner f Bucktail, the first great trotter ever taken i En...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Volunteer Drill for Single Men. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

!·,-;',Fa~11'E In, elope,%vithhspmeeigo d id inil ,du ýtrioue ~iom n.;I. Jts <la±jýY)yt ; i .,. A tendont jay tor ti faitthfuliy1 and ' ikes an1a j :i 'I r i 4;t ' i i Qluick March "--to her parents. and as'i . their. consent. {~ '"'Fit1 ight"-with her to tihehoh and gothroigh 'thiervict3 otiationy " iodf HaltUa~ind :reflect..iei'ious1upepn the, new.,dnties ,y ;b ahye .l.,sumed; apd ,ther }P , ; 1 13t I~t;;, - iiromv~ 1 ": Right About Fae .1-b the haunts tyi huve~fr'e~quehted'vWhe 6igiei.i}V V ntr "AdvancenA'rtftis "!.to; youfriryouitkgi'wife. ,when .out, walkingi, ands never ,ea~e.)her t9 t trailbehind.,I ý , out a. ig and al 1 Flreak Off r staying out atnight andal ote"ba ais fya'tol''1ea i'p

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

S? i . Ta.Jking.a Joke. iPr4ctical jokersdep~de ' imarwhbocan't take a joke." One yanked a chair from uhd& - Agtlie ther-diy.?-,Ragbag'got up vpry gxArphy, ;;,Hej., thejoker, when t latter cried, ut,.I thought you 'were a different'sort of: a maint; I thopght (y, ou;[could4 take' ajoke.'" Then Ragbag quieted down; , He said he could Itake a joke. He went out, and returned witl a ',pal of h6rridly dirty water. "He dashedirthe .water all. oer thjoker,, and theif'prbeeded to cowhide him.iTi !Mheijoker. howled,, shri'iee'd, swbo'e, and protested, hut' 1Ragbag said it was "only' a joke,""and then he tliiew more water atthei joker, and laced hinsom'e nmore.Aid' the 'crowd hurrahed' aundyelfed at thejoklienot,~lp getimad; f it was a4iteanriiaii who'?cbuldn't take~aJoke. And at 'last tlie"jbker fled through the vwindow;; and ,,the t crowd, cheered, Ragbag. 'Tliat's the'kind ofnman Ragbag is, and fdlks think"weillof him.i u, , '.... Everybody plredes te '.torino.w tha it wodld'be dif...

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

. . . ..4 ' l t i,. . .. . .. St'ro w hats showwhicht wayy the wind i Man propos~s' and thie. ohr LinaiiTlier pa-, pa-disposes of, him intshort:orderi . ?' f..4 ."No, sir ,my daughter ,nevercanl be 'yoirs." ; I don't, want., e;to ba my dauighter,'iibloe in 'the young' rdei, " I want.her, to be my wife." ' I0 t".isee,',saidh young laaIyis ' 1that `oma publishers advertise blank dcclaratfop$ for .,I wish .Ircoid t one. ', "..hy ?" is too modest tdi ak me t~d in~hi? .ii , and, pqrhaps, 'if .icduld' fill a blank d?ql~ration, ,he would sign it."... .. . wii" "The :month Marc hed opit.so that pril ?ay i havean'dac bnc n'+t'•June kniv, said lurtlfuiniy ih'uki'wh0 h'a~i been '\orkrk at a. pun .fbr four?thours. ;eHe wasi;July, ikicked out, opf iffice , by our August selves and hasn't put. in an appearancesince.. Wgie be lieve'hih'is' Joined the Punch staff. .. " Only a boy wi se noise and fun, Aind hidtbigitinh:hn' anid his yawping gun, Andhisrheavy.boots and his agile hamrier, And;his;throa...

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

,1-,, ,,.ti, She Knewix:, ii .V.l ,i F. ýi' timshoebkeiiimy dear, thab' yboushould' ;iwaltt with :thatstranger?l saidl a;husbanid to his:ife at, a large,public ball.,,,i'Thle idea of, letting a "'man you never saw, before ýorp have no been inutrodu ed tojt uhis arpms souna oil in ti t'style. #t?.fto' ,run ..!f1 mF o) . 1 : -O lI sihould tiotrh:idoe ditlove" sie said,' smilping in; his face for forgivenes?;iianly Ii found·aftr a omentcon pton, that I formerly new im."' It "Tihdedd ivhf&' º Jt;il1 mfii1 tj'l J J" W.t :elyowu s'eaddar;iekh as· Ionet fl my former -hnsbandst in,3 hicago+;before I cime: rover to Delbourne:. He has just d ?q.. nethe. odher twro I wis clvored firom are both dead. 't1 eoulidh '?fuse-itm dacLan ce; ?or old ae quaiAnt'ttce-sake:lA'Aiii't'{ otitvWd11?diidliiif?' .The;car?sige was orde8i0huniriodly!k?,, irs: -, :Un ohs'it;otl--- ta''''' v r- cm "il • ;;N' (° F i d.,fi' "tt'i; 0. s i?a ; o I ql ai i f : ,lt'J s , ; Oh alt young Pntlsi?, .1 no. iIhavien't'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mr Stewartson's Marine Residence, Kelvin. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 18 October 1884

kIr Stewart3on's Marine .'On' Tll-uslav: last we ha l.thell,plea Stlkf fiiiriimetiio » tWeiabo, 6,1.liiII.thie , ti OIc f* tliw villa I'.iitti-as regalrds :oI ' fiit, lid icoil vcienlcc retlectstl;e grcateat cirlit on the architect. :Thlre hutaiee pr *e n ^^^^^!!^iIit~ :id tImny mLlve.lecen faitHfully-i eattleriel'o. Golihtly Sonhfwe Bthbl'il )nl ad the pain ifg a?pin O. was entristetlto Rlobson' and ,oni: '.' T.lie :lra? inmroomn -rbinii2..Ll2,,x 1twoibedroo,,s ae 1 Oaxi P. ' i, ontei1ixioiand'ire8I? '-x'1O.-Tliee' -J i tl~ia cst R be'CdomT .' tellkitf 'eater, and oion a hoIt-wiind. dayu it will. io e.llerfectlyicool;:itlhisdain - 'lilt fl Odr ind illP'fe lr o'l o i ll e kitcliCenir il ig lP alincps a (i tliat 'could te dired. iTlih ;!i i pl - *of-wateri is, abudilan' --in"!iron * tank and, a, large'. uille: ro !o'e, i'lt' tnk " i ani d punbp ig:tl , hat haid. elvn, is ftrnished tastefully, tliroulh ' -?:dat;iihi. the- nost .nmodern, style, ino: ex. I, J>enlse having beei':pred ...

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

DRYSDALE NOTES                                 BY YOKEL                           Everything is looking better for last     week's rain, although many waterholes are still unfilled.         The Free Library committee have just   made a valuable addition to the library   in the purchase of thirty-seven volumes     of the Cornhill Magazine.     The Portugese Consul, who is suffer     ing from gout, is at present staying at Clifton Sprin...

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

  BIRTHS.         ANDERSON.—On the 13th September, at Queenscliff, the wife of John Anderson of a daughter.           DEATHS.     CLARK.—On the 12th October, at Queens-   cliff, James Maxwell, the beloved son of J. M. Clark, lighthousekeeper, Point Lonsdale, aged 3 years 2 months.         "Our little sufferer has gone to rest."              

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. Hospital, bunday on the . Cliff and Geelong disiricoto-mnorrow.' SA gentlemian' i: 'outr office this welk, suggested- tie "ioliptiion" of tiae poet's deipt iI conniectioi with this office by improvement. He still lives . ! We have much pleasure in' publisiii?g the following;-" Borough,F Couneild Cliamiber?i; Queenscliff, October., 22nd; 1884. ,1,TotheMayor and Counclllors of the ;Borough': of Queenscliff-Gentle& men-After two days of careful inspect ion of' the books .and.accounits of the borough, we have1great pleasure in an nouncingthat wei found everything cor rect, and that the books have been kept in }a very satisfactory : !n?inner by the To(in Cle'rk: We have tie honor to re main, yours respectfully, John ^Elkiigton Sloverm?eneut Auditor; George Cathcart, Local Auditor. A cricket,, match will be played ion Thursday next in which a team of marr ied iuen :vill tiy laurels against a team, of thsse who have not yet entered into the.boii'dl olf miatritmon'iy...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SKETCHES IN THE 'OUSE [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

SKETCHES IN THE 'OUSE As-i h : (By our Special.) SAs thpe hour approaches for the comr mencemeiit of business it' becomes. evi dent tnhat important action is inniinent. The 'president with (if possible) more than:usual gravity assumes the chair. The leader of the conservatives time 'hon meinibeifor St George's divisid?i'ar'med witlh voluminous notes and copious referl ences assumes his position, and at the ex tremity of the table of council; his co-il pact followitig of two with deteriiinationi and highiresolve engraved on their brow supported him on either side., The lead ers-of the pogrressive party, the young and eloquent mnimber for' Baillieu :Bor ough, and the gray iand battie-scarred' representative for Crow's Nest, ' assume tleii ? ats,eand; their suPporters fill the :side' 'benches': and overfloiv tliehoiIse until they evel i encroiiirh iiipon tlhe's Lac:rd tthe leader of, thc .goyernment.. :There was a stillnesssuch as that which p'esages'the thunderitorm. DN)tiuig:the trai...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Free Library. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

Free Library. il:: u?Is?' onth]y meeti-ng - the I49a]try coTiif--iitei~i iii3heeld on' ueslday, !i i y}ý Rey,';, J. Vilk iqiin' IBil ed? ;-Brid.~Es? :Csotti er" Oeapigny; Ceuens, ?jvilsou, Jordan (secre. tary), Hoile;, WMDonald, Rankin, Sheehan, Siriftkin, Twoueiiy ai iWal-l lace. - Corrj uilence was read.in refer eice to the -etsignation of Mr Dean. .The secretary.thought that the names of the new: trustees ;would be puhlisied Iin the next .isuce. of the Governnient Gasette. .The trustees willl then be, Dr Wilhians,~id, iessrs Stoneman and . Simpson.. The::: reasurer read al state ment :sholing ithe finaicial' position of the library;': froin tihe 1st ,to the '21st October, £4" tiihadibeen received fromi i subcribers: (early:: all: new ones), and tlhe balaice-sheet showed that luierse wi\s :£'151 5s 4d to tjei credit of "thei build ing fund . It i~p decided, .that files °? be purchased so as to have back copies of the paper kept in a handy form for re'fer once.': A long aid' occias...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Hurgline. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

The e i.s. s much . destiii in this country;; bit thteie is'qali??i t1t'of want. When a mam begs: youtd give:hinirtll{eepenee to buy brad,, ypLu know, he wants to have a booze more than he, wants .to ;buy, bread ; that's what's tihe matter.' '. , ? l? &'buss hlibd shlit out 'the oeray with hhis :heels:andihit theodrive ,Wit~h'i efl heel and the cash;boxiwiththecotheir>i Ar?iexami nation "hovcci that. heelad kiclied cfourteen shillings intothe drivcers pocket., snch won derful . a'city 6ni"the part"'f the"animal has. ciused the temporary 'r6thiimiiditlof the driverfor th?ee.montlis. ji, i t ,,q :ii " Oh, pa:etre is an m. f lt figji4jyround ,n.corne. ," t°lies," sai'd pp ainci fexently. 'A•nd onelifman'lif v 'li Eld.ie "ot~hers ear off." .? :Yes:! i "IAnd the;btheig lieahs shot 1ff his;' pistol, and killeda tlbaly??'1!' Poor by' yawned. pa.; , Ain'tyou goinground thfre " t PIeuse l"i' said he. :In aIshorb tienk eerything deaine iq man pa rushed fraltically around the6Al, ii...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. RICHMOND THATCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

S OUR rILLUSTRLTION:. i . i . ., RICMOND. THATCHER.. 5; ', Richmond;,Thatcheri is s (the, nTownl and i Country 7ouurtal, informs us) ,the son,of a Town.Councillor of the Queen pf,2 Tatering, Places, "Brighton,' Eigland. On leaving school, Dick; ashieis familiarlycallei$wlent' to sea as a midshipman in Dunbar' 'employ, c and.{visited;.many, parts of the Globe. In, i 1861, he left lis ship, ,the, Lord Raglan,'to i follov the i~ ;Zeala?id oldfields with his brother; the:'"Inimiiiable' Thatchler. i Aftei i being; on every iushb; fromi Gabriel; Gully to: the West coast, 'lDick,".:,who had inherited cutitivated iaste fromrhis father, who was a collectoroef objets'ideluxiex t virtu .travelled asa scientisit?under the auspices of Professor M'Coy, ofbMelbourne; IDr: Coxp:ofsydney, and his brother;;! his ology;being conch.ology.: As a shlell collectpr heAravelhe thelength and breaidtih of AuStr?,alaama,.ludmn. many 'paetwherea' white mans foot was ieyer. -. puti before.l- 'Isi Fiji,:iin 1870;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mark Twain's Play. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

... Mark Twain's Play.; ' g?.c On 'the production at; thli, Fifth.. Avenue' Theatre; Nerw York, of ".Ah Sin; the Heatheir Chinee," the joint productiontof Bi~et'HTrte? and Mark Twain, the lattei'gehtleman, upon. being'called before the curtain, made the fol' lowing speech :- a irea-kab "This," said he, "is a venry remarkable play.. I don't know as you noticed it as it went along, but it is. The constrabtion of this play and the doyolopment oftthie?to'ry are the' result of great: research,.ýand..eradii= tion, and genius, and invention-and plagiar ism. When the aduthord:' wrote 'it, they thought ..they would put. in u great) lotof catastrophes and murders, and such" things, because they always enliven an evening,~,;. but we.'.wantedd.to =have.some'dis~i ter` that" wasn't hackneyed, and after a good deal of thought, we hit upon the breaking down of a stage-coach. "The worst of getting a good original idea like that is the temptation to overdo it; and, n fact, when the play was all done...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A True Story of the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

A True Story of the Streets.. SThe other morning two gentlemen were looking out of the window of a house when, they. observed a .cabbage roll off a market waggon that.va w passing.., Instantly over a dozen .well-drcs-.ed, and apparently sane per sons began yelling after the waggon, as thoughl the vegetable, had been a gold watch. The driver..stopped, looked;back at the cabbage, yawned and.drove on. . :; S.What an absurd fuss people in the street nake over trivial occurrences," said one of the gentlemen. N' Now,I'll bet a silk hat Lcould get a crowd of five hundred personsaround that cabbage inside of. thirty minutes, and yet not leave the,room." "I take the bet," said his friend pulling out his watch. "Are you ready?" " Yes; give the word." .:: "It is now,11. 30... Go.1".... .. The proposer of the wager led his friend to the window, threw up the sashi ahd, takirig a cane, pointed earnestly at the mud-covered cabbage with a terrified expression, Presently a cabdriver iiotoed the hct ...

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The Massacre of Cawnpore. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

The, Massacre>of C~wnpor.e Cawnpore is a thriving manufaoturing city of iome 125,000 inhabitants. ~In.commercial importance it ii.only second to Calcutta and Bombay.-. It furnishes, the railways centre:' ing there witl' more traffic thainany two or three interior towns put together. Its greatest notoriety, however, is associated ýith its;past. Here]was perpetrated w)at many havei called "'ithe ;blackest ,crioqej in human'history," the horrible Cawnpore mas sacre. , Just without the 4 church' is-the int~inch-. ment of 1857, a miserabl6 mnd yall about four feet high, every vestige 'of which has now disappeared, Here 1000 persons de fended themselves for twenty-two days, against the hottest-kind'of "Ifif'ffTrom thou sands of blood-thirsty ,Pagan foes: Ofjth'e' niumber :560 werei women and children, and 6rily'440 men. .,The.sufferings of these wo-"' men and children are almost beyond belief. They had no shelter except such as their dis traught male protectors could improvise'fori the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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"A Sad Mistake." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

" A Sad 'Mistake." A travelling corresponden?i wri?i :i - "I:paid a visi "to 'the farin,of Ir. Curd for the' Durpose '6f taking notes' on butter making,,but, when I got in the dairy I found myself taking notes on: the dairy-niaid, such' a pretty: creature ;,you can guess'hbw'much so whQn I bffered.to relieve her:at churning. She blushed, and, said ' it would, make my arms'aclie.' 'Not at. all,;said I; 'in fact, the, doctor' has ordered, me to exercise my' arms more.' She gave in.,then, and said; ' ry iwell, sir.' 'I will go and feed the,calf.' She went, and'left me ' Alone ii my, glory..' Not quite;', for T1 was sorry: to' lose sight of 'her, and half repented'of my gnerousadctioii ' but resolved to'do liy best'for her sake.. I thought it was .time the salt was put:in. ,I· like butter salt, so I went to tivo jars con, taining, as 1, thought,' salt,'fine and:' coarse' I took atdouble-handful' out' of each jar and put:it in the churn, and -went on tirning, occasionally adding ,more. s...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

Wanted Dear Mr. Editor, I beg You'll give me your attention, And thenll,,ltry, as you requesi,l A t My "longfelt wants" -to'mention. I want, when poor folks are oppressed By those whose purse ii 'longer,'. A quicker, cheaper way to show That might is not the stronger. I want young ladies when they're asked That plain and simple " question " Not to say:" No ". vhen they neani?j' Yes:'" (They'll pardon the suggestion.) I want all men to understand That though they may be clever, They'll need,a, wife to make a-ho c, After theireistiendeavdur. I want the milkman and is wife, His servant, son, or daughter, T, o give us all the cow's good milk, And neverrmihd the water., I want to have, at cheaper rate, A little beef and mutton;; If butcher's meat were not so dear, I wouldn't care a button. I want again, when draughts are:bad, And maids are lath snd surly, A quicker plan to kindle fires, Should we need breakfast early. " John, did Mrs. Green get. tlie edicine I sent her?" "I suppose so," ...

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