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Jingle Jangle—A Jubilee Jumble. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Jingle Jangle A Jubilee Jumble. . Hail! to Mother, Queen and iEmpress`! Hail ! et?fit h to thee ! Australasia jubilantly celebrates' tiy -Jbilee. : . Man, oh,! mercenary monster, plot for profit not to-day ;,? . 'Womancease, oh marrying minion; make thine eyes aothe way. `';'All yecolonies, allVisters; o~ i(£l .hands, 1esk96? i py ayý g,.??.', "Slilvd adtagonistic grudges,'.put your rivalries away!; . : Kangaroobe freee andi easy; sing "Ri-too-ral' for tonight ; ?. I.. ''Ask"the Dog tb come and jbin you in a hopscotch of delight.' S..nake, be heedless of theJackass, while to-day ypu.umerry,make,;...., Laughing Jackass, be oblivious ; will you kindly drop that Snake? Fellow men in every station, city, suburb, town, and bush, Take a pull at your endeavours, takea, friiendly ull at ~" Push. l ' : - Rabbit, reck not of the morrow, think not of the hlow and why; ,., .,, Bunny,?.stop thy-"depredation:;,BunnyM e ceaseto-multiply.,' .-..- q .. ... Why should we to-day be thinking? Brothers,...
Much Later. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Much Later. in the p?:rlor, 11 p.m.-" Have you any idea. wh.a.t time it is," he asked, after he hat talk, d her to sleep three or four times, and waked her up as often by laughing boister- ously at his cwn brilliant ebulitions of wit, humor and burl!squce. " Really, I havo:n't," she replici, wearily. " I. certainly mxust be timue I was going h,.rn," he cont.i.ued, as be made.a move in the -uir airecion. SOb, I am sure it, is very much l.ter than that," she said sweetly and innocently, and then be went away with a hideous sus pic.ion in his manly bosom,
THE EFFECT WAS MARVELLOUS. "Medical Hall, Bangor, Jan. 5, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
,THE EFFECT WAS MARVELLOUS. ' *"lMedical Hall, Bangor, Jan. 5,1885 "I herr people constantly syeaking very highly of Seigel's syrup, There isa case of a young married la'dy in Anglesey who had been suffering from. stomach asthma for a' long period, who had consulted some .Mf the ". best physicians of the day, butwithout deriv-: ing any benefit. She.was daily getting worse but at last a friend persuadied her to try Seigel's syrup.,She procured a botte, and the effect was marvellous; she rapidly improved, and now she is as stiongand healthy as _ever she has been. (Signed) "I' Lloyd Joines" DOES NOT RESTORE THE DEAD; BUT SAVES' THE LIVING Mr. J.W.Savill, of Dunmov, Essex,write' Scptember. 1884 :-"I introauced your meili cines into Dunmow almost as soon as 'they. were brou ght- outao Iondon. 1 s:sold in a short time eighteen pounds'worth. I have known mauy grand cases of permanenit cures and, as yet, no case of failue. Notwithstand ing many competitors, Mother Seigel's syrup holds its o...
WHO IS MOTHER SEIGEL? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
"? I [O IS M[OTHER' SI IGEI ? :li i n ':lidv \ho. hvbtlh ie?eret, ''cilclent, ha:: in *ilib m..hi Nvible 1ist'ifl~ir nix.1 ' ilh i ,':.lii i 4 (Ih .valitble' eYitii, ii. ; 11 tl e i?the :i t..,u ii:' r iib reverybodiy is talkikm adi.iit :hlie W. L-I'\;. IS MOTHIJR' . - - IG[I UG id qshe tells tlieiu to read the thousi~and let. er&. sotaething like the. followiu g flin eri Perkin ,Grove Piarmteiicy, Ealing, W.,J?n. 2. 185. S.Wmr miedicine:must be the most iwonder ful discoveiy for duiring my experience of more than twenty years, I never knew any pioprietary or patent medicine in such uni. ,ve ri :favour and demand. Itis simply extra?., cuint of every statement nade to me in itfL f?ivoui., yoa would have to publish a separate book ti coutain my testimonials alone. VWHAT DOES MOTHER, SEIGEL-.. DO SGIVES: RELIEF AT ONCE.* "59, -Bloomfield-road, Pltmisteadl: 'Jan:7,:188·. " I find the sale of your nedicunes? increases, every year,. nid everyone speaks well of them that, trie tlie...
Attanagh, Abbeyleiz Queen's County, Ireland December 24th, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Attanagh, Abbeyleiz Queen's County, Ireland' December 24th, 1886,. A. . White Limited. Dear.Sir.-I hope that your Seigel's syrup .nd Pills may get the sale they so well deserve T had a very delicate child, a boy now:, over ninre years. but being averse to eating: any kind of vegetable or .food from his birth, began giving him Mother Seigel's Curative -yrup, and after a few week he recovered-' so a. to be able to 'consume- as much food as other boys of his age, and to the great 'aston shment of the neighbours, he is lively, get= ting into flesh, and thriviiig as well as'boys of his age do; Wei give all the, creditof. his re- , covering to Seigel's syrup. Yours faithfully. SS Maxwell
For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
A:· ' Jubilee Brooch'" shows the date 1887 'in diamonds. Another ;"iJi?bilee" gift is. the Maundy 'Mboney bangle; .it is made iri:the form of a silver circlet with miniature fac similes"of every coin in circulation duiing the present reign. As' each is well imitated, the effect is rather good, and certainly original. , Necklaces of real amber amber are to be much in vogue this season in conjunction with evening toilettes. E . '" Robes amazones" is the title given to some of the Parisian new spring cloth costumes;' greatly resemble a riding-habit. Shepherd's check is seen used for tailor-made dresses; trimmed, with No. 11 velvet, which is the narrowest sort procurable; One of the leading styles for bonnets will be. the small round-crowned princesse shape, with coronet front. Danish kid gloves of light tai'are to be worn with dresses of any color. A favorite necklace for young girls are thdse made of Roman pearls. Belted waists are to be much in vogue, as also the half-belt, confining...
A CASE OF GRAVEL CURED. "Feltham, Jad, 6, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
A tSEOF GRAVEL CURED. -,Feltham:, Jad, 6,1885. "It Ihis always given me pleasure to iecoxn end your iedticfines to my cýstomers, :and most .itisfactnr: I could furnish you minani testimoiiials. Oine case jist now'occuas to my. mind.. A constaible of the police force of Tooting, 8. W., wherie I for many years had: a shop, was a patient of mine, suffering from' a bad attack of gravel. . He was persuaded to try 'Mother Seigel's syrup.' 'He purchased ,a bottle at my shop, and by the time he 'had taken half of it he reported himself tome as quite cured. The effect was simply miracul OUS. (Signed). "J. D. FLORA.NCE"'? Would respectablechemists write like fol. owing if nott SURGIAL OPERATION AVERTED Ticehurst, Dec.,'1884. Mr. EDWARD CORKE, Chemist, -:writes: Your medicine maintains a' 'steady. sale: in this district, and is well established in gen eral favour. -I know: an old man, over' seven ty. who some three orfour yeari ago was: ad vised to submit to the operation for stoie. He certain...
Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Mr. and Mrs. Bowser. BY .MiS. BOWSER. I suppose' that Mr. Bowser is like the majority of men in' putting his' best.side be fore the public. The other morning; when lie left the house he knew that baby was sick, I had a :healache, aid the cook was diEabled by cutting her hand on a. piece of glans. I bad told him that, we were.iout of butter and coffee and potatoes; and he said he would stop and order them.. Once on the train he forgot all 'aboiit it, and ,at half past 11, meeting an' old schoolmate, " he in. sisted : "Now. you come right up to dinner with me. I want you to see my house and my' family and have a visit." ":But your wife won't be expecting com pany." " Oh, you come right along. My wife and my ;house are always .ready for any visitors I may bring home, and your pres ence won't cause an iota of embarrass ment:.': -At :11 o'clock I told Jane to pick up. any sort of dinner for. Mr. Bowser, and at 12 Mr.. Bowser and .,,his friend- entered, the house. Leaving him °-in the par...
On a Cropped Maiden. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
On a: Cropped Maiden. She's rosy, bright, and fair,,. And, cuts-her curly.hair . Like a mop., - But I love her, that I do, F._From her dainty litte shoe. To her crop I How studious she looks As she's working at her books M - aiden sage. But sometimes there will unfurl A naughty little curl O'er the page., Then the rosy head she shakes, Which matters only makes. Ratherworse ; . For the cu'rlylittle pate .. Becomes, instead of straight, The reverse. I ionder how a fray, If she '?i?o her hair this w.:ay. , :Would appearl i :. Though I'm certain that to'me. 'No other head could be Half.so. dear. But shesayi I mustn't laugh;.. Anid ". will not 'stnhd' my chiff - "She "iill ?'nt offEal h?r hair, And, 't if I. dIn't tbke "care, / `WEAR A WIG! I»'
Blending Colors. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
Blending Colors. " Young 'Henpect has a young heir. Had you heard about it?" asked All. Analf, of. Sim Pulton. "Yes, I:heard so.. I expect he will look pretty green when we see him again.': ";.. - "Green :How in' the dickens can; you imagin'e that ?" - "Why, yousee his wife has kept iim rather blue 'for -a year past, 'and 'iow she has given ,him a .yeller. -The 'mixture is enough to 'make any m~ian look green." According to a late Wellington (N. Z.) paper, Miss Jane Day has been joined in marriage,to Mr. H., Plug, both of :Welling ton. Miss Jane is happy ih having a Plug to back her bills. 'AtBallaratthe other night a strange China man, coming face to face with the ghostly monument of Burns, `took' one horrified glance at the marble vision, then fled into the • country, and hid- in a hollow tree. Another Mongolian was 'seen to examine the statue closely one day, and prostrate himself before it. The sculptor will be glad to know the Chow took his work of art for a Mongo lian god, and...
The Reason Why. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 23 July 1887
The yReason Why. :Omaha Dame -'My dear, elopements are becomiungso commoni that IF am; dreadfully worried about our daughter,; she is so roman tic,? youknow." ; , ,Husband--" Don 'tbe afraid.; I on the loolikout for anything of that sorti " -Well,?.the paper tells of. a pretty' irl up country who elopedone:, Sunday' while the;I " George ! I never thought of that ;did she. .. Well; no her. father saw the couple as they 'drove past the chhurch,~gave'chase and, ot her . back.X But if it had been' our daughter; dear, we wouldn't hve had. any such good.l ." SI'. d like to know why ?" " Why, you are always :asleepm ?. church, you know.' -.
From Sydney to New York: OVER THE RIO GRANDE AND BURLINGTON ROUTES. (Continued.) THE CAPTAIN'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 30 July 1887
From Sydney to New York : OVER THE RIO GRANDE AND ; L BURLINGTON ROUTES. By E., W. MooN, of'the New York Jfirro,. (Continued.) THE CAPTAIN'S STORY, In the evening, after dinner, it was oir ncustom to'take a quiet smoke in the hotel .corridor, and often chatted with many of our fellow lodgers,:whose stories were varied and entertaining. Amongst others was Capt. Perry, an' old federal soldier during the war, and after wards captain of a steamboat, "who would oft recite the tales of battles won" (but never lost) during the unpleasantness be tween the North and South, to which we listened with great interest as we lounged in the comfortable chairs of the hotel. One day.this kind-hearted and genial old snlt, after reminding us of the now histori cal remark of the Governor of North Caro lina to his colleague of the Southern State, and inviting us to emulate the noble exam ple of the subsequent proceedings of these two patriots, told us the following pathetic little Californian romance EDJ...
Facetiæ. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 30 July 1887
A rope's end-To become oakum. ' Men who have risen--Democrats. Motto fora Life Insurance Company-Nil .nisi Bonus. Why is a drill-sergeant like several- iron. clads ?-Because he makes a squad-run. What is the difference between an old hat. on a stick and money with a spendthrift?- ' One scares crows,'the other grows scarce. . S'A Cockney Doctor's Advice to a patient.-. "Remember, my dear sir, if you (h)eat your0 self you!ll catch cold." - SNature abhors a vacuum : is this the": reason that with light-headed pedple:: all liquors go to the head't: - S"Nothing iu the world beats a good wife," said Jones; the newly-married. Y"-Yes," answered Smith,'the long-married, "a bad hubabind -does." _ , An American town elected a board of five - ,lady aldermen, and 'at their meeting' ,they got to' talking about bonnets until it `was so late they had to adjourn, '-. Somebody' claims' to have : discovered a substance which is "300 times as sweet as sugar.".- -The " substance-" is supposedto be..--, ...
Water on the Brain. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 30 July 1887
Water on the 'Brain.:. A coolness exisrts; between an" engaged couple, in the fashionable residence eortio . fof the city; which it is feared will break up the marriage. It seems that some neigh-' boring boys were having fun by going to: the residence of the young la ly and :ring- i : ing the door-bell, one evening last week. 'They bad rung the bell several times, And when the servant went to the door there iwas nobody there, though shB could hear some' smothered laughing near: the'-fence. The engaged young lady and her sister, who are about as full of fun as any boy, thought they would turn the tables on the young rascals, so they took a bucket of water to their room; 'which- is-directly over the -front door, intending to drown the boys out the next time they rung the bell. The intended-.. of the oldest girl was the one who rung. the :bellnext. He was attired in evening cos. tume and was a perfect picture of what an intending bridegroom should be. His coat fit like the paper on the...
Social News. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 30 July 1887
Soclal News. "I say, you; you're a reporter, ain't you ?" "Yes, sir, I'm a-journalist." ;' Well, that's what I thought. I've got an item for you. We had a big wedding down at our house last night. My daughter (whose father, you will probably notice, is one of our leading citizens) was united in the bonds of wedlock-that's the proper caper, I be lieve? That's what I thought. Let's see, where was I ? Oh, yes. Was united in the bonds of wedlock with Mr. Montgomery Bangs, son of the celebrated John Bangs--I suppose he was celebrated for something; everybodyis, you know-son of the celebrated John Bangs, deceased, for many years a re sident of this thriving suburb. Be sure and put the ' thriving suburb ' in. I invented that, and I'm rather proud of it. And you might mention that one thousand invitations were sent out for the reception at the resi dence of the parents of the happy bride. There, that'll give you a good item. Good day; I've only five minutes to catch my train." "But hold on....
(Advertisement.) CHANGE OF BUSINESS, To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 30 July 1887
(Advertisement.) CHANGE. OF. BUSINESS, To the Editor ;Sir.- -Will you kindly grant me a smtall space in your valuable paper to thank the Public of Queensecliff for the patronage extended to. me during t the. past few- years that''I have been in. 'ue ness. I have every confidence in' 're. commending my successor, Mr, Johni KHnniedy, to. their favor. As I have desposed of the `business if ?all ;iits?tanding accounts are not sett led oni or before the August 12,: 1887 proceeding will be taken for, their recov Yours respectfully, W. C. Burn. JORN KENNEDY, having purchased the albovei trusits that, by strict attent iointo business .and in keepinig good articles at reasonable .rates, to merit a share of public patronage. •Address--Queenscliff. Grocery and Produce Store. Corner of King• and Stephen Sts. July. 22nd, 1887.