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The Man in the "Flies." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

The Man intie Flies." , Het was an odd little, round 'littl1 man, with bright and quick but merry, little eyes, set in: his much too :large head.," He was an old:man;,too, for the 'hairt which friiiged his face like the valance roind a: b'dstead, the hair of his head'and his' beard,'was much nearer-white-dirty white-thaii grey. A~i .oddman and an old man ! Aznd 1'looked at him curiously as he sat theire before me, because he :had a 'young wife. iShe, too, I could see. Apale-faced woman, who'might, have been of less than five-aid-twenty years,. and evidently delicate:'; But she was bright and quick in her movements, 'and there was a ilight gracefuless 'iabout her ways th'at 1I remarked upon' to him, and he in reply said ' fYes, of course she's been a fairy, and I I was a man in the' flies' !","?'" ' How camiie l to miarry her '? I, :a man so old; with soyjoung a wife? .Ab! How' Sometiiies I 'wonder at it miyself, for it's preciouis little liick that ever domed in my way in" life' But...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Scored Back. A NEW DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

, Scored Back? Johniy had ai uncle of a sober turn of mina,. In fact, hewas apasoi f"the most religios He was horrified at cards, and at smoking he would faint; Some'peopleoften use'dto' think he really This'uiclehad a nephew just the opposite of him, Who, by his{lawful ;pran1~s d 's ?;r - Ia made ohe ftparson'ngrin. 'l. , ..' .. t One'day'thii little Johnny placed a lump of cobbler's wax Upon the seats of all the chairs,Jikewise. ,Now it r so';happend - on this night, to I 'I Jofinn'ys' joyand lee, -' That-hisun"clelh di-it~dico'icmiiiff iiii te ra't' o tea; Ev'ryone, in spotless cholidr, black clothes/ and shovel hat; I On the seats and cobbler's .wax nsuspicioneus. . ly tbey sat; . While Johnny,wcnt and climbed upon' his uincle's back yard fence, . Anid patienitly awaited there the progress of events. ;°:- .' ý Each, one tried in vain.to rise, having finl ,"ished his repiast?; But all without the least success;, the wax i . .had stuoksthem fast.,' eA scene of wild confusion= and ...

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

Cn. ACheap' Stove. Bill Nye,;in' Puck.says,' "I often wonder *that-more -people dor.not-keep-a'gasoline stove in the kitchen. It is such a comfort, and such a never:failingsource of economy and neatness, reliability and simplicity. The *general superintendent of iny 6stablish merit decided several yeirs ago to secure one while on a-trip,:east. ; :Itlwas: sent up for a trial at a cost of 25 cents. for drayage. A gallodhof gasoline was, used-,in the experi ment;,but it was aW successful! experiment, and the stove was taken vest;. This; I think, was in the suminiimer of 1882. The freight west on the concert:grind stove which we bought was 3 dols. 85 cents, and two dray ages of 25 cents each.' We set it upn i the kitchen, and bought'several gallons of gas live at 1 dol. 'a gallon. Gasoline comes high in the mouintain towers of Wyoming. Ithink we used 5'dols. worth' of gasoline, and 73 'ents" vorth of cookiig during that'fall; 'and in the winter we'took it to Greeley with us, notso much!...

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

S .Collecting.' t The arrows of, much sarca are discharged :at the bill collector. Srtiely, he is n iunwel come visitor, but deserves'qiite as much sympathy, as ;the niaii on whose spirits'he throws a wet blanket. After climbing three, fliglits of ;tairs,ithe collector entere the office oof a broker. . ' S"what is: it, young~man : I "I have a little bi here fromn Nogins & Comp' aiy, .landing him a piece of paper. "Well," taking the bill and looking at it, " Ilwill step in some rietine idtiizif ihe' week and pay it.", : ; " That's what you said last month, sir.".,,, "That'll"do i I'in' bisy a"nd'; doi't want to be bothered." nib The collector enters a lawyer's office.' "I've paid this thing once," says. the lawyer. "No, yousadyou ouldpay i but.you haven t done ab't$e', {ý y " That'll d i, air. I transact my business W(ith the firm, and don't need any assist ."Wh b?nh'slall I oome agampi ,,F :; cý "Nevejr, m g; willt tle he, billt Then the collector calls on a very polite man....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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First Attempt at Economy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

First Attempt at. Economy. A man being told by his wife that there were several pieces of tin which heeded mend. ing, conceived the idea'of getting aiiron and, solder, and doing the mending himself. His wife, filled. with vague forebodifig,'perhaps, said, that the expense was sucliha trifle that it would hardly pay to do it oneself, to which. *he responded;. " I'll'adiiit "that in this one instance it would riot pay; but there is some. thing being iin want of repair every little while, and if I had the tools here for'fixing it;, we'are.savedaftimuchi' xhpelse-rigihtalong. It may not be much in-the course of a year; but.,every li?Ie ielps, and in time the total would amountii a'nice little -lump. \We don't want At . othschilds carrying off all the money ihthe country." He got the iron for 2s. 6d., and Is. worth, of solder, and 6d;.worth;of resin.i'eR6 came hombe with these .things, and went into the kitchen, looking .so, proud and ;happy that his"wife wouldi have been glad he had got...

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

d ·!.t ~ EA., RIyre "etjGeeln5, L * now .on nd T argc sst\ DINNERi `DESSETn U A`ND]) *,,ýfi.',TOILE23 U SERVICES;, i-irc: f! the ncý, es de U tVCr `d atryiQk Pces e gn the New " Wheeler and Wj~l1 5e J rg Cfor hiucsja Cutlery,,abe Napping and evyery, reiisiNe for parties on bre I Ii"il ' .fit:.':: "t,{ iY1 fI!;I h .J( I .Jý ýl' tr .([ ( f".r:. e'l o Draper 1tfttrr .... '. .nFamilly r6eer, 1i Wine and Spiti'tMerdciantK;. ' No. 16 ,Hg;:,S' SElz.S'T i.E. E.T, '.'t1RS E WIILS, +seniQr, :4rf6; ~ .i't" '1uA~ 1E.OPENED tit ,V) r . -s ,A tt?te -l W?erof,; iF?;i `.,( +. I h e te p aa stock ,li,?ýbcen purchset. for:cashh;the prices, quoted' willbigive custo mers cvery'satisfaction., Ul . ?:p i , r ? i?i . 'l j ,,l , 31: OROCERIES:of thebest quality:;l; in c5 faal raid \biadonbl;u tter andl acrn Atl hit fresh gfrom thg j'iSVbaccos and cigars of, the best :rands " ' Residents and' Visitors;, ;:,,) .:"., ,,:: ,;1uDoinot forgettheaddress.5 Cird'e f ofiHE$SE'.AND STO1,ES STRELTY GEELNG iMARBLE liND...

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A Musical Box. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

For three days in succession the same ad vertisement appeared in a halfpenny evening paper - A "WIDOW lady i difficulties wishes to dispose Sof theduplicates of several articles of jewellery and a musical box. Apply toR. E. D. Young Mr. Simpkins, of the firm'of Sinip: kins' and Co., solicitors, Lincoln's Iiin, read the announcement each evening, 'and on the third one of those mysterious impulses'which move us at times, and for which we are quite unable to account, moved him to write to R. E. D. for particulars. The particulars came by return of post. The jewellery consisted of an emerald ring, a gold locket, and a gold watch, and the musical box was a valuable one, and played twelve tunes. If Mr. Simpkins wished for an interview, R. E. D. would be at home that day from five till seven, and would be happy to see him. , I' obelieve " tliici"e advertiiim~ent?sre;i r swindles," said Charley Simpkins to himself ; but I'll just follow this affair out. andsee."/ That afternoon,'when'he had...

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

A L.OVELY v [APLET-A 'late fEashion re port saysi' "Nothiig'in be liretticr 'tin ii ta chdaplet of hop vines inrblo~o m.u A r'cent medical ireview says: " Nothing can ibea hict ter renovator of the health than Hop Bitters. They aid in all the operations of nature; totl ing up the Stomach, assisting the food to. be. come L properly assimilated, and promo ke healthy actions in all the organs. Tae die tates of fashion, as well as the laws of health .alike favour- a right application of hopl.' : Read Disease is soon shaken by physic soon' taken. WELLS' "ROUGH ON COR's."-Ask for W\ells' " Rough on Corns." Quick relief, com plete, primancnt cure. Corns, warts, bunions. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, General Agentt. Keep the head cool anid the feet warm, guard ' d the foot and the head will seldom harm. SKINNY ME,.-'" Wells' Health Renewer', restores-health and vigor, cures Dyspepia' Impotence, Debility. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, ;General Agents. Oil paintings hung over the ma...

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A Night of Horrors. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

A Night" f Horrors, Br W.L'ESTRANGE. I 'had been engaged, in the laborious duties ",, of ia?bank clerk in, the city for about six months, when'it' was determined by the , directors' to. establish':a Ibranoli ini a' small mining locality, about one hundred and fifty miles up-country. As I had an influential .,person,,,in .the i shape of an' iunicle, 'on! the board, ,ihe-managed to get me' seit up .to htakeecharge of i the place, !which accordingly I did as soon as possible."- :: : SI had been settled at Blind' Lead 'Gully, (the name of'.the place) for ?nearlyr a fort: night, anid as it was'rather'a scantilyopbpu lated district, I was, by the end of tliat time, in rathera!:atate of':fainiliaritf with the in habitants ; i '-; : / '' (I As usual in small communities, the most frequented resdrt 'Was the,solitary grog shop, which. was rke'pt' biy. -an'old miner by the ,name ,of 'Andy Langton, and p?esite'd over b'y his augnhte Carry, As Carry iasiey young, very fair and very; engaging;-an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

' un t ::i Any !description of General Printing execued .in' Fin F t-lass l " Quick De.Dspatch, and for Modrate Pice, at the Office of ( h- * thi sNewspaper.! In the Advertising Department every effort is made to atisfycustomers-Special Inducemeetn for Large Advertisements, and Low Qota h '

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

KEROSENE MIXTURE. Prb6f..A. J.I Cook'says; in the N~w York TViil bune, that ,oneappication ,of kerosene mixture is a Complet'e.cureifor. licc on plants " He lik'e3 best the following mixture " Ond quart of sioft soap, tone gallon water, and one pint of kerosene. Tlie oap and water are:heated';to tho?boiling pointj the kero~'nei~i 'added; 'anld }llWarewiell stirred. The mi~tur ispeiaslneumai tYl " every case wvhere this. is tried it has killed allthe lice and restored the vigor of the trees.'A coiip und of kerosene and milk!is not so easily got, is not sq oreadily mixed, is not so permanent as a mix ture, 'and does. not seem.,to give thtrees and shrubs such a '?seidoff asd6esothie'soa and kCro sene. Prof Cook uses' the kerosene and inilk ten to one., It kills the lice instantly. : ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

, BJIRIEF OTES. ' .. ,, A Fresno farmer says that if ranch-owners will spray a strii afe few et wide around their tracks with kerosqne the g!asshoppers will not cross that line. C,,Il oilis deathlon grasshoppers., In some of the St. Helena vineyards each n~an who desiresit i allbowd a pint ofwifibat' dinner andl uppcr, and- thus' a taste for wine is ulti tated, and the men drihlk wine' instead of bad Awhisky. - '' ' Keep the harnesses clean- and free from en crusting sweat and dirt, for the accumulation of surh foreign matter goes far toward, causing sores, as it becomes hard and uneven, and chafes quickly and keenly., ,, , . . i Bees'nevei'attack when their stomachs are filled with honey or other liquid sweet. This is thelik normall conditioivwhenisIyaRi ,ng iaind ,therefore thdy'a'r6fdimiiless, as also lene return ing laden to their hives. j: Ai slate with a pencil attached hung in the kitchen on which to note.dowvi articles as you thiuk of them, to be boight'when you go " to town...

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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

A man may be.a'li?chelor and be good, but the chances are-against him, :. -f Aman who was formerly a night watch man refeirsto it: s his late dccupaition. The English is a queer language. In Eng iand a" 'poniy" is;a £'note; inthi dsuntiy a glass of beer ; in the dictionary, a small horse. . A medical joiirnal takes two columns to tell wakeful people how to6 go.to sleep. Ha, we know ia good cway ; try to keep awake. A Melbourne young man sent his girl a ?ail-cle~ingatfith; retaliated b,., - ing it back; accompanied with-a- cake-of scented soap. ,Now theyinever spea as they pass by. - ?Cityrrestaurant--Firstclient-in ahurry Waiter, fried sole. Second ditto ditto Waiter, fied sole; fresh,, mind. Watr (equal to the occasioin, shouiting'down tube) -Two fried soles, one of 'cm fresh I -x A Convi?ets' Grafitude.-KrP "ob offender of about 68 y..ears of oageqwas, sentenced to twenty years' impnrisonment. '"afny thanks, your lordship'i,:hdfexclaimed;irising ffom his seiit:; '?l didn't expect ...

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

SPrudent. Why don't gyou -goi6-' ork'o?" askd gentleman. of a loafer who: had:just b?iggdd some money to get a bed. :. . " I am anxious and willing to, work, sir,' 'repliedl'the beggar ; " but until this Federal and innexatioifQuestiobi iWset, ,dh's the use ? , . ," . . " Nbonsense t what has that to do with it ?" :' Everything, sir. Suppose I went .to work and. accumulated capital by industry. and economy' " "Well?" " W'elli;f course I- go into lusiness or' manufacturing probably. !.iWell, then dowin 'comes Germany and snaps up New Guinea; or else New South Wales annexes us to run in fred trade. No, sir, niot ic`;. I Icouldn't afford to lose my little all. ily safest way is to wait. Thankee, six,yofi:dii't spare iiiotier' tanner, can yoli ? .

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

Swallowing' a Needle. One of .,the' fashionale'restaurants in' Vienna was lately the scene of a most ex citing incident. A' stylishly-dressed:gentle man of :alout forty 'sat down'in0 one of the crowdecdsaiboons to partake of an elaborate, supper consistiig:t df '' suiccession 'of the' choicest viands. 'In'an'hour from the com mencement,.anld when the:last course had beef served up,? the guest suddenly jumped up from the table,' an shoiited'aid' stormed aid called for the landlord, twhom hiie'declared, amid a torrent of abusive language, that he had found a needle- in the' pudding?"' chich had nearly,choked .him. The noise he made attracted ail the other guests, .who stood round to listen to the' outpourini of ' his wrath. "The lanidlordc arid ,aaiters did their.. utmost to, assure the gentleman of their in. nocence. All in vain; however, for at last he rushed out .into ,the street, ;saying,:.;'I1 will fetch tlikepolice?!' The landlord had quite enough to' do in offering, explanation...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Banker in the Cowl. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

The Banker in the Oowl. " . The curiosity: of the inbabitants of Albano,, near Rome, was last June-greatly excited by a heniit who, hali~ed a a~'grey; friar, had quietly: taken posseseion ,of one -of the tufa .grottoes 1 in the neighbourhoo+l of -the town. He.very rarely,leftisplae oEl ' re tirernent, andticomrpletely: abstained from all. intercourse with the outside world. Passers by would iee'hiim: eitheri knieeling before a cross, 9~r?atrieeiched o a.mnatareading his breviary, and he refused to accept any other gifts 'than? r'e'adl o;'r4 getbles, which were deposited ,for. himi at the,;entrpnce to the' grotto by charitable believers. At length the attention of the ?olice was arouised The ;descriptn` of theherm i tWitwasicompared with the warrant issued [for:?the iapprehension of an absboi'ding" banker ?if Yerona. "Thtey' were found,to ,be~dentical, anjd'the pibuis' hermit was taken into custody.: ::.,?:

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

L ;:Iaiterary' Gmeanings.viou Aii / Ouida says she finds her characters in the social circles she frequents. Lady Brassey is writing a book recounting the experiences of "A Tour throughi.gypt After the War, meaning Arabi's rebellion. I According to. statistics,s"iovels constitute nine-tenths f - he =iooks read ~in Eglah'd, and nineteen-twentieths of th'eibboks rdad in the world. } Justin McCarthy; who was a:week or two ago announced as .writing a history of the, four,'Georges, is now;,about to, issuei . Study of England under. Gladstone. ,'?;?i. The Chicago ,public library, hasl'. 117,000 books;. The largest issue for one day was 3317; volumes, and the average, number 'of Sunday visitors is 1711. ~There are thirty-. one (employs, ;?the annual pay'roll ,,being about £6000. The. National Library ,of Paris,:, by, a recently .. completed,., inventory,, contains. 2,500,000 volumes.,, The cabinet of manu Rscriptsincludes 92,000 volumes; either bound in boards or in portfolios, as well as ...

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

Original Poetry. 'ritics, thaoglh seere yet impartial, and just, Might in their woinderful viisdom refrain: Froia wounding the feelings of kindred dust, Who iir'writinu all effort' do strain. Whether poetry?Xi . godd, fair, ot inferior, • Origiiial or oped;,or a mixture of both. Critics in their judgment hneed not sit superior, Or inuii dgng thei efforts i": ix wrtluth" A severe reriew in a fair dealing-spirit, :With sentiments ,gerierons and real, Vill not condemun works of fair merit; ,' None further than errors reveal. ',' ' Kitown wrziters of distmigtuishjed fame .Have fouild pleasure ii great distress, Aniid have in works imhiortalized their nlame, SBy patienc; perseeriiance, pe, and press. So poetry writers need have no fear, Nor care for the critics;review, , Fo.r. ome may be just, others biýsed andsevere, Whether the poetry beI oldor new; , ', Though a; greatt and glaring 'mistake was made,, c , Such mistakes are tuncomrinonly rife,-: " It is then 'uunecesatryfor ibore!bein~...

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

Always Shaved Himiiself "r t'sdropin for a shaves said to Tom: Westemnthe other morning s we~ieached the Palmer Hduse. \ 1 " I always shavemyself j " What ? Shave yourself VSurely not for the sake of economy. Ten cents is a small matter-" "I wouldn't let a barber draw a razor over my throat for all the money Grant dropped," broke in Tom. .i"Why?"?Irasked.? ri 'I t " Because I'in aunt edi , i Ig Elie hain'tod'".Y " Go in and get shaved. I'll wait out side. I'll tell you all about it after you're finishedi.-as-we-etroll.down-here -mut tered Tomi.-After mii barber hlad finislied shaving me, I joined my old friend and we started down town." "Jack, you knowrrjnst came 'Mr Juliet.' - " Ys ; where you've' been uner-keepe in the prison for five years." . ' "Exactly. There',was.- a fellow there, a burglar, serving out a ten-year sentence., met in my life' 'and. I've; metlasome' pretty tough casesi too! Before hie'( took to the jimmy, he, wielded a razor,, but, it finally1 caught him aftlast....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

o?0TIHERS DON'T KNow.--How many child ren are punished for being uncouth, wilful and instructions or reward simply because they. are out of hcalth ! An intelligent lady said of a child of thlus kind: " Mother don't know that she should give the little one mnoderate doses of, Hop Bitters for two or thired weeks, and ,the child would be all a parent could desire." Look. for The best lamp oil is that which is clear and nearly colorless, like:; water. DON'T DIE IN THE HIOUSE.-" Rough on lHats" clearsout rats, mice, beetles, ro:iehes, beld-hugs, flies, ants, insects, moles, jack-rab bits, gophers, Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, Cineral Agents. HoLLowAY's'OI.sTiNET :.-i.;lid legs, woidiis ulcers, and all descriptioius of sores are cured by the proper and diligent use of these inestim able pr parations.' To attempt to ctire bid legs by phLsteriug thei edges of the wound to gether is a folly, for should the shin unite a boggy' diseased condition remains uldcerneath to break out with ten...

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