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OUR ILLUSTRATION. PAVEMENT ARTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

O UR ILLUSTRATION. . ..ENT ARTISTS.'ri Perhaps of all the mongrel allings which spripg into existence in'cities, and illustrate the high pressure of modern' life,'ibone is more incongruous than that of the pavement Safist3?1W.?1bi?Id!b?'eioo.lor'eikely to look for art on the flagstones than for a fortune, in the gutter ;;but, a'itit s~'enis,'therefs a'by -no ,means inconsiderableclas iwhb"are busily engaged inz gainithg a li?viii'iout of each of ,these-avodatioxi: : In~ L ~ddori thd pvement artistis :a very familiar peisoi~ge~ H takes up his station at an early hour, -gii'feily at the same point,--which is, of course, in the most conspicuous partofacrowded thorough fare, and seems to enjoy an enviable; iam munity from the operation of the stern ediict by whiblite i-i'Mietropolitan Police regulate the traffic on the simple but effective system ;of, the Ipopd-gu tn iunkemptani; dg'enerally "seedy" figure crouching over those hard flagstones; in ai attitud'` at once undignified and unc...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Hop Bitters are the aPurest and Best Bitters ever made. i:. They are compounded from Hops, Malt, Buchu, Mandrake, and Danidelion--tle iur est, best, and most valuable medicines in the world. niid contain ill the best inid most cu rative prolierties of all other.remedies, being. the greatest Bloolt P'uritier, Liver Regulator, and.Life and Healdth .Restoring 'Agent on earth. No disease: or ill-health can possibly long exist where these .lBitters are used, so varied and perfect are their operations. They give new life and vigor to the aged and infirm. To all whose employment cause irregularity of the bowels or uriuary organs, or who 'require an appetizeir, Tonic, and stir mulaunt, Hop. Bitters are invaluable; being: highly curative, tonic and stimulating with out iutoxicating. No matter what your feelings or symptoms are, what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters, Don't wait until you are sick; but if you only feel bad or misraible. use Hop Bit ters.: Don't wait until you Aire si...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

To the. ditor. Sir-I beg t odaw theattedatio i, tlhelayor and Conicillors of.Queeisae' to the~gi'eat iilconvehtieidd andnihniioyaan ladiesand srsani arisitoies lc, s it; ainbudlator thioin the I ih.i 'a? arrangeied gates orftlie reserve.sl on. -Be .iu'; hilldhaving t'liftttheii over the fe ywheiion the od to teBebacchr barhr .i hoquses; it woull colst .veiy little to.& :-.rP the fence ;now in the road and would:bi b':: great bbodnt, tho'se person's Whbio iirc ccr:; pelled' t use'tese necesiaryi contrvt~;; t and noti thankig, you MirEuittor.r :o' ": sertin he above I retain ',i .!S '1 ,: ;* .".^,:i.'ouisffietic^ " /'! , S VISITOl. WI -1TW ^I, 17th.Jamttnury . 885;:, :i ~ *1

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A Fatal Serenade. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

AFatal Serilade, The other nigit ia uartett of feline vocal ists assembled in the backyard at the hour of midnight; i.to serenade the. neighborhood in ordberto usher in the New Year. The enter tainment opened with an aria by the soprano, "Where my love lies dreaming." Just'as Madame Tabitha reached high C, the dream ing lova. pushed up the window and loked out"His 'appearance was Iarql citcul ed tobms rda sentifiieital emoiton, but he i a no' idnit iet n '°to ?-care, 'and lkept brayelyon, the contralto; tenor?- ad ~ji sso joining in the chorus with great effect. The dreaming love in the meantime was pro, 'meading round the room in the 'dark, grop ing after the pn'seen and unknowable.- 'The chorus was in full swing, and renderiiifthe pathetic passage, "Oh, me, 0, nii, g," wi?h~t thrilling tenderness, when the dreamert'o?? up his residence at the open wviidowrT?Fie anguish at the last strain Was'too'exquisite `for" his sensitive .soul t6longeriendtred " ~: in silence, anid lifting up ...

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Geelong Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Geelong Courts Assize Court - Febaui'v 17 .nid July.17, 1885. General 8essioins--Mav 28 and Octo? ber 13, 1885.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Straightfor'ard. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Mr. John Shires made some very bad speculations in horse fleih, alifdwlien finally he was had up and narrowly escaped being sent to prison for having unwittingly- in vested his little all on a mare which turned out to be stolen property, he declared that horse-dealing was disreputable, 'and thathie should retire from the businessi. "Well, what are you going to do ?" :ak a sympathising friend. "Anything, so long as it's respectable, and don't want any capital tostart with:" ', If you had any sort of a chaacte?Diou might get a plice"as "' "Place be blowed I Do you think I could istand being ordered about after being my sown master? Not me; oh, no I" "You might take a 'beeKriiifo or jiart 'cab if you had a little money, but you've nothing." S"Nothing l'"'-said-Mr-: Shires, "bitterly~ "Nothing--that's what talent, :eloquence, and bounce counts for nowadays.". " I forget your talent, Jack. It is a pity that shouldn't be turned to'account.': Hold hard I Why shouldn't you, be a commnercial...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Tears as a Weapon. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

if; , Tears as: a?eapon Tears, chemically :considered, are a weak solution of chloride of sodium and phogphate =of lime1 PIoetiicallyjconsidered, they are drops splashed into the eyes from the deep iprngs of the soul, into which a weight of sorrow hast fallen. Pheysilogically, they 'are the overflow of thde lacryrml glands, caused by the contraction of certain muscles. It is our present purposee to iconsider them as a weapon of at?ok and defeince. They are the.last re sort^otf'tlihgeitler exi tlie em6tionial "last ditch',"ais it wiei'r To "iise'therm ~witi'ffect, thereforre requires'" certaii° jin dgiiment, They shlould, not-'lightly lie 'rsortied to.' If' the lady appeals to thesemoist arguments on all ioccasions,, they lose th eir'virtinel She simply:.becomes sa 'nuisance.` Ai other im portant requisite is that they:shoild be used wasthetically, ",Itt is!the' theory: that -tears, pearly tears, flow,,down the cheek; but in practice it is found that they usually dribble doiwn the,, ...

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A Skilful Surgical Operation [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

An Aniericau Ambassidgrlr. at Vienna, Mr Kaison, has lately foriardicdto his Govern meat, an interesting account ,f a rcmarkable sTrgral operation, lately performed by Pro fessor Billroth, of Vienna, which, Wonderful to tell, consisted in the removal of a portion of the human stomach, involving nearly one ,third:bf the organ-and, strange to say, the piatient recovered-the only successful ope ration of the kind ever performed. The disease for which this operation was'per formed was cancer of the stomach, attended with the following symptoms-The appetite is quite poor. There isa pecu.iar indescrib able distress in the stomach, a'feeling that has been described as a faint " all gone" sensation; a sticky slime collects about the teeth, especially in the morning, accompa nied by an unpleasant taste. Food fails to, satisfy this peculiar faint sensation; but, on the contrary, it appears toaggiavate thes feeling. The eyes are sunk en, tinged with yellow; the hands and feet becomes cold and ...

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Something Rashershay. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Something Rashershay. " I'm ione of the right sort," he yelled, as he-rolled-into an all-night restaurant the other morning. " I'm abad man, a very bad `mani!" He ias ini"gio6diiiidur witht him. self and the world, and, for the time, be. lieved every word he said himself. Two cabmen who were eating kidney stew, and a gambler who was hovering about the table, pricked up their ears aind:w ilsedit each other. :"'Chee's it, old man," said the waite; "you're cutting it too fat 'round here." "~My friend, said the right sort, "don't obtrude your advice where it1it?, wanted. In t imeanme try and getemea rnof thi worst and meanest whisky W -The proceeds of my last blank robberfare not all expended: How much is'tjair fire-. vater of yoursi'. :' ' SWe don't ~eep whisky,"said thewaiter, preparingto color a glass of ; wterwith a little Jamaica ginger and raspberrysyrup. ' " ll- ight," e repled'7 i?imme a shilling's worth of that stuff? Thiere s noth iiig mean about me. 1As'Isaidibefore, I've got...

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A Bold Risk. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

. .. , A • Bold Risk, The Falcon, a surveying brig, carrying'six' guns; lay becalmed off the west coast of Gertrude Walton, a beautiful girl: of eighteen, with dark eyes and a fine healthy oq?mplexion,oamr n up' fromrt ea;aiiin,. where ?s? had AVeeneas ing toiyi r'father, the cap, tain, whom she had.. accompanied for ¶thb Svoyage, The sailing.master, ,a1sturdy, handsome young-Iellow inamed Hfenry Bowling, stood by the quarter-rail,' looking shoreward. Gertrude advanced to his side, and! the twain were soon conversing. in the confiden tiil way natural to lovers.?' BoI..lngs thought hedhadgneyver seen this Sair gr, iho was to be his suture wife, Jlook more,!attractive thanshi'e' did now, in lier fur coat and fur round her hat, with' her hair falling in shining masses to her shoul ders, and her cheeks glowing in the "fosty morning atmiosphere. ; I , ... ` I have been reading: about ?thje knights of old,'" saidB this romantic young lady, "and it seems to ice the men of other days --espe...

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A Severe Reproof. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

A Severe Reproof, Here is a good storye which illustrates-the, desirabilityof elderly'genteimien strifilyfob servinkg"the truttim' thleir commiruliintio ,with the third' and= fourth generation: ?ni A: giandfatherwell known ;inp ourlegisiature, ,,was the other day amicably chatting with his granddaughtlier, who was seated on' his knee. "What, makes your hair' so wliite grani d papa??'ithedlittle maidenasked;) ';=,,r ,:' , 'am very, old, my,: dear.? I,.was in,the, ark," said grandpapa, with a reckless disre gard for trtith "Oh? " said her' little ladyshliip, regardii 'her distinguislied relativeivitli fresh-interest; S" areyouNoah' ":i : , ?1:7 i i'i.' . i '` No, I am not Noah," . "Are, on Shem,t? en ?" "Ardeyou Hatiii?' , i r ' .No; I am;not even Ham.; ,.,, :: "Then you must;bhe Japhet " insisted the, little maiden, at the end' of her historical tetier? and growing somewliat impatient?ith' the difficultywhich surrounded hier aged re lative's identification, I 0 ,i ii Ni ' o, I, am no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

.. - Anyi. :~des rirn ofGenr? PrWti utei. in rest:lass Stle wih. M IV L @A IIM. 'r, a, c tk?ik? Despatch ra·dforModate Pric, at the Office of ZT T 117. WN J 1 W I VI. In the Adverti ,g Department every effort is mada-t atisfy customerS-pecial Inducementsp for "'Iri e Advertisements-, and Low Quotations . for? ll. -'.*,

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Very Luscious. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Very Luscious. Ancient mincer on the. whifrf dscDibin a 'wonderful tropical fruit et with"in lhis travels:- I ý ý; , .: . ". Gent.-" What:sort of fruit wasiti' " A. a.-- .Well, ornery to look at.' Genti" Whit did' it t'aste like ?" : AM 1." Well;!I?Pdon't' kknwow; exactly;' 'twas :curious, 'twasn'ti bad.;,:, think 'twas;I like ,he second suick at an,orange when the fust cove'sbeen eating cheese.".

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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

The corset has come to stay. Withthe'drunkardlife is reel?- .;i j·, T-o heA -ali e-allot4b, is wo?h twon the fence. / . i fT A ridingiaeitsp ToVgdeoti*at eiery hotel for a booze .I. JV l. U , I, i The darkest hour is when yon can't finmd the matches. i The religious press-lHugging a Sunday, .schpoljeacher ,. It is better to give than to receive. xsThis applies particularly to advice. Those three kings could raise the deuce in "Efirpe'ifIheyfelt*?Wdisposed*--" A certainme~tprý,ývertiseshisBible for sale. Hy has probaty gne ' over to th otherside. .; *1 ", E ', " 7" I ,I Nb matter if the piano' is' grand aidu right, it sometimes furnishes some 'down right bad'Thisid?. !Ii 'r- r ti .Pi First citizen, in a crowd-" Is your watch going, sir?,' Second citizen-"Yes? expeiit is; in fact,'it's gone.. i'., S'Me can by iio possibilityb'eme female clers; .,but .there is nothing to prevren women becommg mail clerks. ' . i' 'Tei is a boys' school out :orthcldo ith' ,6nly eight attendants; but rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

dv g., A verti sing" Medium f bi Portarlington And Drysciale .- Districts. ?, · r·· : St. A.!/ .iirrw's ra byte i vaion r.I j .Ji Q .N-MRS A R Y S E:t SE eAnnr.itryaA Ssvi.ros in the.. 'ih',ve hwill tpe lace oni 1b the 15th ýthe ;resent1i. month. ofthe Cairnns Mm '* It Ih ll mritu?Si and eveuin. , [rours of @rvk' , •L.to'lo? - . Fre ,. f, 'cur- . ".:'tide itet eackue tice. . ". 0n kltohday. tine 2Ath ref ,T uniry;' bC, )j3chasilaan will delivern a.L'EC7T 13 on "m,? in?,in its Politica, Macial, Reiciou. ~d .Ij4?ýn stic Ar p cts." The lacturi will be gi0r in Nt. Andrew's Church at 8 o'cloock in the evenintr. The Chair will be taken by the Rev. J. Gardner precisely at the hour named. Tickets--One Shilling e.ch..: Queenscliff, 16thJ;anuary, ;18. :. *e -e ? tlgs . UEEN'CLIFFl PU.BLIt .Itr _IAltY i'~ Adjournetd Annual MEE ,INl(,;pf Subri?rers will be lheld,, at tlhei leading, room on Tuesday, 27th? Ja.nuar' se.:: i Business-,-Election of otliirs,,t o receiyv: repiorisnnd fbalance.sheets, ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

I:NEWS AND NOTES, Anniversary services of St Andrew'as takes place ;to-niorrow. i Services will be condyucted'by the Rev..G. D. Buclianan of Cairns,Menoral-, Chiurch. ;T,1'e airini gentleman.. `'willi; dclve aLLecture:: on America ,in, St Andrew'sdo'n: :Mndahv evening. 26th J?nuary, cofinuenc ngig't; 8 o'cl . r F ' ?? We are informed that the new jettywill beilet?:in 3' cctions.a;-i When fiinislied there will lel 7: feet'ofateia ate af4iw tide' By advertiseueii tit will be see that teni des iare toe in t 9th Feiruary. 'A numberof carcases of sheep which had been thrown '6virboardifromfi a' vessel. lounid' fo King'sslaid were''treýc: aouiit ' the' shore onei da this; week. T'ie parties in fault, should ini future-be, requested to take the cdarasei outside the Heads ' " t oUI At the' Sports Club mie?ii~gon,'Tues day last the, secretary drew attention to the laxity of attendance at the:meetiugis' of late. :He lhoped that the, 'enb"ier would strive to att~i'd ilore. regularly' aps there...

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24th 1885 [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

SATURDAY, JANUARIIY24th 1885 O , Sunday eveniig last a very unseemly light was presented in Stokes street. by the noiryparade ,of a few of the Salva? tioni Army soldiers. Shbrtly afteoireven o'clock, when the Preslihterian and Wes leyian congregations were at thleir devo tions, about half. a dozen of.the Army followers marched down .Stokes strut, singing hymnsi set to popular comic t"ines, to the accompaniment. of; a cornet, played very badly.by a mere lad. When the procession reached the "hurches lthe noise was stopped, but :was' renewed ,in. Hesse street. We wvill' ot go ,into the question as to whether or. not the disturbance was ""simply a: loud noise signifying nothing, but confine oourr 'elves, to protesting against me: ihun dreds of people being annoyed aund disturbed by the toot-toot-tootiiig on the coriet in the manner in which it was done' oih Sunday night. The pl'ace~depenids for its prosperity: on those .who come. here in the summer time seekinig:quiet and rest, and it i...

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH The following obaervations on the cli mate coitain :all- the information that can be desired;: froini its :deni-insular situatikn, with a light loamy surface and limestone substratum, Queenseliff pos sesses a `very nfild, dry, -and -agreeable climate; ice has never been seen during :ih history of 38 years, and hoar frost but rarely;, the suimer :liet.is tempeied by a lnd and a sea::reeze, and the nights are invariably'cool. SEquibility :of climate renders it a desiriable .place for inialids, especially those suffering frnin chest affections a.ri1 diseases 'for, which the 'antiseptici and curative 2 properties exhaled from the surrounding sea: are&'' recommended; its. value as a. sanatorium has also been in creased since the establishment of the Clifton. miine-ral springs, which are situated ,within :an hour's drive or ride through a :very pretty.wooded country on the Sivan"Bay shores. . - Chalybeate, seltzer, magnesia, and sulphur waters, thii products of...

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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

, l' i 't 4 '. 4 )a!! 4n." 4d V 4 Asparagus to produce good results must, have plenty, of roomn l , I:iiT r :: . ti' Seven parts of milk to one part of, coal oil, and applied to a treeor,shrub by meansof aspray pump, kills 'all insects instantly. saya St. •Feedialiaiys 'inoderately,' iifidi nieveri'?or after' a'henir' feed or withi a' ti'ghtllolaIiad neverZover'vork or- overitriv e'a lhorse that tha' shown syniptoms:of staggers.t, $,l.,: w.-) -,";:t Chairman Taylor, of New Jersey State'Boardi of Agriculturei :has usedtefisilage;?threey ealrs; ,and he likes it betternowtha? atifirst: ,His eat `tlegrow morelond of it every day.., Siin liitle pot, or even strawberry basket§ in the soiljust,4nder strawber?ry riiFnners r},Fil the; potsor biasi~et.,'with soil, and peg he runnere to tlhe soil sothat theycnnt bcndn s c They will be well `rooted in; a month; The sftem of th'e luiinin may thbn 'te' ii e t'anad{ the rooted plants thiuliiedoutit?of the' pts?iand pfinte iain' new beds. .Vi4., Hi...

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Napoleon and the Sailor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

Napoleon and .the Sailo; . I lovrecontnpl From.i aill his. hoiicidal ,liory, The traitsi thlat osfti? h': tour heart Napolent ' story..-.,...... 'Twas when his banlners at Brinionpn.e rl iAr In ilr i la i e'ver freeinan,. His navy chancedl,tq capture one; S,,Poor British se.iarnan. Thelv suiffreLd nhiinI kini not how. UJnpriHioned ' rthe . ore t roaim, And ayew, lw ? bnt his youthful brow, . On England's hnme. His ve. mnetlhiki. pereivel.the flight S:Of birds, to:Britianlhalf waR'Over. With envv thliey cnli ricih the white Dear eclitff 'd over. A. stormy midnigiht watch. lie thni?(llt. i Th¶a this sujourn ' i? d'l hive been ' dearer, (If butthe stm. rrmhi vesel brouight C To Englatd nearer. ;A length, when cre lhadi banishlieJ Hel'si". O nIf4- riin.l!4 dreaming. S Come shor'wi :fliing. , He hil, itin care, nandwrontrht. , : The live-lon ldayv.laborion- lurking SUntil hel amiclhioila tinvy hat, ; Byniglity workif~g. Heaven help us! twas a 'tl in heyond . Description ' ,uchi wretched ...

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