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

Queenscliff . Sports Club. The;comnmittee of the Queenscliff. Cricket club.meLf on Monday last and disposed of sone importait business. A letter from the Clio rickct.clubi(R1ichmond) challenging the 'lod;l clib to play a match on New Year's Day was acceptcd, to: be played , at Queenscliff. Froi? the Ne?ctawn cricket club; (Geelong) a letter was received with a view to arranging two'matches the first to be played in;Gee long. It was resolved that this club be writ ten to suggesting- that. the --first match be played here, as the Cliff club would have a difticulty in getting a team to go; to Geelong so chrlyiln the season. A' third letter was read' from St :Paul's cricket club (Geelong) for the purpose of arniiiging a atcli but rio date was given. The secretary was instructed to write and ascertaiin what date would be suitable. The seeret?ry was' also instructed to write to the Drysdale and Portarlington clubs with a view to arranging matches for the :present'season. A motion was carr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

The baa anda worthless ' are never imitated or counterfeited. MThi is especially true of a family medicine, and it s positive proof that tlie' remedy is imitated of thehiighest vilue. "As soonhas it hald been tested an?d proved by the whole world that Hop Bitterswas the purest; best and niost' valuahle family :medicine on earth, mainy imitationusspiung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the- meritsof. H. B., and.in every way trying to induce stiffer. ing invalids ;to use, theiri stuff initead. expecting to make money. on the credit and good name ofKH B. : Iany';others started nostrums put uliin; similar style to H. B::. with variously devised names in Which the word "liop" or "Hops" were usec in a way to induce people to believe, they! were the same as Hop Bitters. - All, such' pretendedC remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name =or inany wa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Skilful Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

,A.Skilful Surgical OperationD The Ainerica.u-Ambassadtor at Vionn;,, Mr Khlsbn, has lately foriairded to hii Govern, mcit'an interesting account of a remarkable :surgical operatiod, lh~tely performed by Pro. fessor Billroth, of Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, consisted in the removal of aportioni of the human stomach, involving nearly.one 'third of the'oirani:-and, stirange f'tosay, thie patient recovered-the only.successful ope. 'riition' of the kind ever performed. The .disease- for which this operation was. per frmed w'ascaicer of othe stomach, .attended. with the, following syinptoms-Thd appetitei is qiite .oor,. There is a peculiar indescrib able distress in .the stomachi : a feelingi thiit h~isbeenr described as a faint ' all gone" seniasttion; a sticky,,slime collects about the eetli, especially in the morning, accbmpa .ied byan unpleasant taste. Food fails to itisfy this peculiari faint sensation;.ibut; on he. contrary, it appearcsto ,agravate; the eliiig. .The eyes are '...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

SATURDAY,' OCTOBER'25,,1884. IT was notified last week, in the Sentinel' that in::views of the: Railway 'picnic of. to-dav; its pneit issue would contauin Aou article on the alttiaciouns of Qi enseliff. The seal of the 'borough has a Latili inscriptiuu front the Romnani poet Virgil, which trinslated, ieuans, . A'very safe anchorage for'sailors. '. Another motto' from a mnore ancient Hebrew poet, who wrs known aImongois countrymen as ' the sweet psaluiist of Israel," might be equally appropriate T'her g" th suhips. For without doubt the cuief'attractions of Queenselilffnr THE SEA and SHIPs:-The sea in.its repose and in its passion, smootlh as a mirror or rough as tempest cali make it. .Hei;. along its fair reaches of yellow saud I or under shadowing rocks, Awe are taken back to the days of Homer,the wandering minstrel of ancient Greece, when, suiting sound to? sense, not translatable in Eilg lish, he sang of. . The loud-resounding ocein, or we call to miiid the description of a moder...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCHIEF MAKERS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 25 October 1884

MISCHIEF MAKERS. To the Editor. Sir,---In your issue of the 18th inst., I no- ticed some verses bearing the title of "Mis chief Makers," in which the author is inform ing the public that the poetry bearing the same name which I inserted in your paper a fortnight ago, was copied from a book. This, I own to, and could have forwarded it to you as I have it in my possession, and as some of our Cliff folks have been doing their best to, make mischief lately, I wished to remind them what an evil thing it was, but never sent them to be publisned with any intention of letting the public believe it was "original." I have several pieces of poetry written out, my own composition, and if M. P. wishes to hearaby of them, if he will let me know I will forward them at oncec when he will see I am sure that others can be as clever, and perhaps more so than he has proved himself to be judging from the few line he attempted last week. Hoping you will be good enough to insert this in your valuble paper...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

I SL WVILSON\':S 1' SCiY RE()IVO'SI'TO V Iksse street, Qu cisclil:. Miss 'Wilkon desires to bring under the notice of tihe public IIcr'NEw STOCK of I, icY Goons, &e., specially selected for the tunitiuerseasonI, comprising Material for Ladies' Needlework, PhulL anil, I P1'auc Stationery, Trani sfer Papcrs, Perfumery, Materials for PooualihPaint.im" 'and fmacramni L~ace Work, Albumus, T'oys. scraps and Scrap -ooks: Novels, Jomurnals,: Gift Books, * :r : Sclhool Irequwisites ,Ladies' lUlnderchtliily, &L, thin . A CALL iRrPECrTFIA SoLICIT D. Amusements. A O.:, coURr QU EEXSCLIFF No. 4124. :' -A O(AND BA:LtWil iN ?l-thtm!In nificelt H ill f the gran Ihtelo ; oii.Mq o iiaL v,, 1t ' N'ovebcr.', 1884, iPrneu of Wale 1 Birth. The' proceels will bcx devotqie the pir chas.cof laianer' for the y i ov Order. .. AL' efficient bslid, under th, direction; of. Mir .O. A.<hror, E'f ' e'lotng, h1K lben en-, gaged the occasriorn. n a first-1las pro graiminme will be provite ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THANKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

* TRANKS , .To the Editor. 'Sir.-Would you kindly allow me, throfigh' thei medium of the QiieenscliffE .entinel, ti' etxpress in the name of myself, in sonrii,' alind family, ur, deep sense of the kinl aniid su-. stanti: i'inhip:ithjri.ixihibiteil- towardsus' :;i reference to miy son'.s unfortunate accident. We beg monst sincerely to to thank, in the first. place, Mr Arkin . the. originator of the idea which was carried out sn sicc.essfullv.' and whichli proved :agrea. itbnefit to us. We ten. der our warm thanks. toi Mr Ailmans for kindly lending his splendiid hall for theientcr tauin?ent. ' We beg to express our heartfelt gratitude to the' idies :,nmt gentlemen who so gener. ousl 'olulnteeredl in our ca ise. and..we can hardly suffieintly express. our obligations to those who riaceud thepecrformance',with their present aill to:those who, though ahsent in pcrson n"ere iiresent in spiri', to assist us'' in a time of need, We :alo beg to tender our heartfel thamnks' to the ofliier amd...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Ghostly Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

* AGhostly oke. Dy ovo bdlie'vc in gunst;y, Arriiint:a? 'No, AIpIionso cwct, t Then that ghitn4itoý show that you a;c ..not, .aoupertitinn , Ar mnnta lote: The above ornimiioj-wns vcrheci r by ur kAfter lDrk Reporter;nn. uniiris ntnht on the JEspjinain'e; :eId wlther,: :nini Qh where flow, Fadiwq inn't all speak nt once ivi `A 'phnnriýir'in whenilic askehd-:lLd.hioinrtinui toi the qu'epinvi2.:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRICKET. MARRIED v SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

CRICK ET. MAUlrED v SINGaLE.... Thisnmatch was played on the artillery rolund. I There was a ilumerous attend ainee to witness the game, which resulted inla victory fri tlie single men liw one innin~s.unil 17 'runs to spare. Mr .J. Silliamns captained the married ti'ani andm having, wonythe toss sent -his nmento. tie . wickietsi. Kerr anld Hayne. were the first to fice their respecti ve- biowlcer :but neither of thee' stoodo(i'hl)nhOgf.ainst" the `'bomwlinig of ' Liddi.ll a!nd `Stepheii. 1T e wielets were tnkei in qiuick siue cession. uitil H; .:Hoppen miade a somice Iwhiat liengthi staui ll npiit ?t?b lther, 12 hbefore being cagiht,. TIhe innmn ug.?cl.noed( for i 1 Birius beiln the not-oiit nii,. Oi the vti?hfteran resiilin their nliice oi thit i ld, .. ; ell. andt '. -Priddle tiok' :the willow inh as, Wallace and .lHaynes rapidly., : made, .: espeeially ~iw.en VW. Stipheli and F. Liilddll It ti etheh Ii di[i iiiidd' ii, abil 2 relpe: e jie' ,al , nlili ishini the biwhu " ter'ribly...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Tips for the V.R.C. Spring Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

Tips for the V.R 0 Spring Meeting. By AN?SLE.I. To-day the V.h.C. Spring Racine Carnival will coiilencie. The prilncipal events, to be decidedl to-lday are the Maribyrnong Plate and the V. .C. Derby. .The foriier 'till prohbaly attract a field of soine twenty youngsters, a nion.gst tlie ibent of whiic are Cairo, Melodious, Uralla, and The Pencil., I therefore prlict that the' Maribyrnonig Plate will be Troi.after a sladihiigi race by . . . . . with Uralli and Ciro to fill places. 'After thiis race lhas been decided the next event is tile Derby, whihl is the gr.at~ three-year-old race of the year. Thle six besti horses engageil are Bargo, Gratitude, Sanldal, Seaihorse, Lepurello, and Merrimi. I will place them: (jillATltUlE 1; 6.^?suA., 2; LI' POFELLO L . 'For thie up whicivk iwill be rin for on Tuesilay next, my tip is:--LCoMMO.roI 1; OFF CuLOI 2:; (;UEswoIIK S.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A FRENCH DIAMOND ROBBERY. A TRUE STORY [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

A FRENCH- DIAMOND ROBBERY. 'A TRUE STORYý It was in the palmiest days of the ill-fated Second Empire. The triumphs of the Crimea were ;not; yet forgottenr; the laurels won'at: Magenta were still verdant and fresh ; Sedan, with all its bitter humiliation and disastrous train of tragic consequences, loomed in the misty future, undreamt of amidst the almost fabulous luxury and incredible frivolity which 'paved the wayfor the final terrible fiasco. It was an evening in mid-winter., The 2'Parisian season was. at its height, and a brilliant aiudience had assembled at the Theatre'Frangais to'witness theperformance of Jules Sandean's delightful play, Mademoi selle de la Seigliere, in 'which the; role of Destournellesawas filled.by.the great Regnier, and that of IHel1n by Madelein Brohan, then in the zenithof her fanie; radianiitwith youth, beauty and those;ifascinations,, the outcome of innate talent :and refinement,. which rendered' this gifted lady one 'of the most chaiming and pierfect a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Railway Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

The'Railwgy Picnic. Tt a t" h ioped thli i ttlh eatscciBf's attending the Railway pienic+will. s in fluenrie the hie ads ofr other departinents ailn privato firms, that 'thby may i in dluceL, to follow the example of giving, their workmien and families an oiutinl nt Queenseliff. Ample experience has proved the lwneficial effect which will con vince pienic iparties not only in' bringing the varnions grales of societyv :an on tract lint in widening, the knowledge aini! eiilirgiing the views of all-if only taken in*the light, of an expensive trip, nlilll lrs bheen done tr sh'llow w well monster pilcic exuir.sions. can -bo successfiilly cairied ont. TVvervthing' even to iihe hiost miitce arramienleiit or detail was mrnaing?l in a highly satisfactory andi creditabnle nianer. Oni arrival of the seernal trains, grouills . of excursionists .lefilel in all directions to vii-v the-ohject.i f iriterest, I somi to tle sea -i.org. iliere sea-weed. liells, al nilother mariine'oiject+ ire picket u...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Venal Valentine. A DIALOGUE OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

A Venal Valentine. A DIALOGUE OF THE TAY. "Lady, may I call you mine? Fair you are in form and face, And your singing is divine, While you dance with perfect grace; You would make a winsome wife, Tell me, will you crown my life ?" "Sir, I'm honored by your thought, And the pleasant words you've said; I've been fashionably taught, Or such talk might turn my head; I don't ask for brains or birth, Only tell me what you're worth." ' I've a competence, my dear, What's enough for one fits two; Just a thousand pounds a year, Or I would not dare to woo; Love within a cot, ma belle,. ·But it shall be furnished well, . "One pioor thousand ! Fie ! for shame ! You presume, like other men. I can't change my maiden name Under twenty ' thou.' or ten. Fifty would be better ; so, Gentle, sir, I must say 'No !'" "But I love you, oh, my sweet ! Has not that a potent spell ? See, I vow before your feet In all years to love you well. Put my love into the scale 'Gainst the gold, and list my tale." " Love...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. Many of the resienlti on the Cliff will ihe srrv to hear that our old andl res pectel frietli, f[r Adl nans, has retired froml the inaniagershlip of the Granrd Hotel. it iteimig now placed in fresh hands. M\Jr lldalllnlls bhas een a favrite and suc Iessful'hostand may be said during his career to have raised iup a "ihost" of fiieridsl. : :'iieGral l ,Hotel, alnd in fact iil her~ imilar, buildings mnii beI sai'd to o we their. existncev tol hin. To his eitter prIie we are ijhlebted for the l pollarity i.of Queendeliff: by providing for the tliomisaiuil wIho now flock here i anually. luiniour sys thiat hi. coiteniiplatcs a istilto is naive place early, in the corn jaig ear. -- ewish him hon voyage anli 'a afe ret.tir. ? O this oeasio?t Mr Ad naiits' liberality i riinf hiis four fears ,of ofifce as ablyor, should not be forgotten, a Rtoniento of which might iewell be lr ' serdtl: . lin ai address presented fo hini.t durin ghis iayorality he was congratu lated ii tihe fa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ON GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

i ON GARDENING. : IHorticulture, agiculture, floriculture, and all the otlier cultures, a ~ not onlyusefuland ornamental, but theytei~ d to develope muscle and a good appetite. Holding this opinion, my readers will not wonder that on my be coming possessed of a quarter acre of land, and a four-roomed house; I at once 'deter mined to go into the hortidultunal line with out any delay. , ":We must have aigarden," said I to Mrs. Cramer, as I surveyed the quarter acre plean tifully covered withthistles and sorrel. "Do you understand it, dear ?" asked Mrs. C., timidly. "-Do I what ?" said-I; contemptuously: L; Here let me remark that never in my life have I ever confessd'mniy inabilityt fodo any1 thing... I.have beeennsked.if tl.could build.a,. church, manage a railway, float a loan, or run the Government,' arid F to: each .nnd.alf my reply has been in the iffirmative. It will, therefore, be ?e4sily uniderstood in what scornful tones my reply was couched to Mrs. C. " Why, there's nothing ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Free Library. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

Free Library. . The mnemn'er of theconumnittgr of the Puhlic Lib.iry hare 'made a few mnis talkes. T)l.'. lresenl t atioi;n in renrdl to the npipointnent .nof a lilbrarian under l r i(ting?ctircimti.it:uces is (o11. 'Tnstenl of going to the present enretaker an I tell ingb hin that the time Ilad now arrive, I when the g ting'ceds of' thi' pglre re Rq.ir ,te.,41ue?iho0liof.thlit ..grnunifor .'< nie librarv anti catrrl 'tak qfinarter. 4f?frenlovinghis fprivatio. tieiiibit4 off the. land as ~inei as romiiiient, the cohmit= tee are i'n acitinlIcnitoryinanner offeri ing. iarters wi1hile the present orl'tLpant liei'? receivid, nn :offieial iintitioni'n. tof the! 'hoiAb-ltitniin k" i "T h i ''' lrc t? s ¢ i tion referred t hns given rie to' a eonsiderahle arnount of ..ossip and in ipleasantness. and 'the ' iterefts of the iristitute are: lot si: ht of rin Fr. nnli - '. lin.the ttstlp't torcarrv onlt the resolulions arrdii el at nearle 12 months, asoi, ., ?aing partly to the comn...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BALKY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

Quite'a sensation was c eated in Boure street the other.morniig. An old man came ,driving up the street. His carti'as a queer vehicle of an ancient type, and had evidently been used a great many years, All at once ,the iron-grey hio-rieclme to sa~tandtill.t He refused toy move; ,lewouldn't; gL.: Tlhe dilapi'dated specimen of a long departed past beat him vigorously with a club. The old ,man pounded him.: inmercifully,. But that horse refused to go f He would not'move. By this tinme a great crowd had gathered about, and strange to say almost every one knew how to make that horse goy ,. -" Untie his liellyb~an6"-sai? l a man with a pugnose. i ? / ?- ' " j Tlihelbellyj.band vas made loose. .-",Puta .rope around his"rink ~ d"tl dtieni to a street car," said a man who was smok ing a cob pipe.. °A rope was put around the animal's neck, and tied to a street car. The horse moied ahlmost a block.;? The crowd followed. He was untiedbut reftised to' move. '" Tie a string to his ears and pull,"...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Little People. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

''Walk ,slower, .papa,", cried tie, little girl whos'e.sliort steps were no match for tle strides of heri masuline'irodkni~ito an yodhgo nico and slbw like a policeman;?" - 1, (f ?,ý, lIother (to a ive- yearold;wlho hasat very still for five mmiiites) What are you thinking of, Geoigio °?"t Georgie" "Oh'! 'bout old' times, Idess" ::i 1t' ,,1 c" ?':i:,? ,? . t n)fi rb7' A little, girl hearing her another pbprve to another lady' that nshe was goang into half mourning, inquired wliethdr buy o 'herI relations were halt dead. ,-i:. i .i~ "N? o," saidL the irate mother .to, herfamily of one boy and four girls, who liad been misbo lhaving;tlheniselves,'i I' ainmgoin'g'to Wh'ip you all,",and shl:e sdied on Jimnmioto receive the first instalhent of the'chastisementt ' Mother " 'said Jiihneie'," 'lidie: firs,`alwtki''t The old lady~ was o titIuck wiithtbhisl iipplicitionI of her own u'structionuthat shle did1uot stiikeany of the'childlren,'ut llet them odf that timne. SAt akipublihc g eetigiEd...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Inspector and the Lunatic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

The Inspectr theunati A GOOD story is told about the Inspector of Lunatic Aisylums and one of ,the patients. We give it as nearly as possilble'as it was told us, without vouching for its correctness. It appears that the doctor gave a kind of conveiiaiidaie' t6; thei' ptieits. . Thoe i'only were alloiwedito be present who suffered from slight mania, a number of ladies and gentle men being als:o resent oh irivitation. A very pleasant evening was spent; and one of the lady visitorsfound herself seated next to a very handsolie'a?id initellectual gentle man, who kept her amused and interested durnig..the:greatcr:partiof the evening: i " Who is that gentleman 1" she asked of the octor. "One of my patients, madam," he replied. "But, surely, he is not mad ?" queried the lady. x'3 ] ' cj I "Only oil oe subjcct,, natlam,i' answered the doctor. " And that is-" "Matrimony, my dear lady ; on every other subject he' is as sane asyoii 'or I. He is a perfect gentleman, but any allusions to mar riag...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Invaluable Book. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 November 1884

, Mn with.. energy,, anhdui' fair ; iount of businscapacity will mnake a 4ugcaegin this worid, even, when othie conditlons are appar ai.fliacnin's therie.'i?re itb'ti`flls fbllowing instance as.a??c~se'in'loirt: !htti:? ' <A,.gentlemau :enterea!ritýhe Janctrcw of a 1lelbourne 1neisppaagr.iq c, ad thie ex periencld eye of the cditor at' once detected i book 'igent. "a'' f. , ,.,% r:1 No booki to-daiy !p hil hotited; a'hc scis sored out a long editorial: ,?il .'\ c've got all the ncycyloc1pdixs, dictionaries;,cohcorldances, di'ests, geograplhical iur?cTs &c.,~?e., that we can' find room for. ll we wantuin this oflice'is time, tlxat's'lth d''b ly Thuing we are 'shoctof.'j v .i so, aff ' jI i The ook agent liftq his right legjoyer the elitor's idsek with'a confideut air,neu ,politely romri-ledi :' I am iot slling' eucyco adcias, conctrdanuccs, '&.e, ýd.;' thig ou?orin. You say ,you are :short of. timend so amI1 If I should ,give yowu :moreh than fifteeniiinutc...

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