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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
ATU1l I)A ,JI,JU 1Y:'.18,). i8 . The usual intlhily m:eetizg of: tlke Sports (lab was held ia the ::council chalniers on Tuesday.. The prebidleunt \r'T' Arkkins, in the clhair. Accounts aumolnting. to L13 Is .2d. were passed for payieit: ' lhe traashrer, Mr G. F.1 Baillieu, stated the financial podsition of the club'as follo vs 1'.he amount which haild ee exijended 'in' theiformatioin of the howling green up to date wa L74 s , 1 inclulded ii .tl anmount~was 3i3 for- cartage.;; L50 wat due., torConway alid E vas bahlace. of tennt'iis erttpay= iueitst .He hailriaid into'the lbank to. .day Llb---this icludel L ia' for: sub seriptIOns to.bowling. green ad..Li' 2H G'd for-teil ftenni ourt. Some money was 'till "oiwnito' i'the club in connection withtlihel late art union. Mr Miller said that ie lTad attended the 'ieetiing to iifori'athethi-that it was the-intentionof usnuwubez'r of IOr md gentlemen ahi ` ticurs roiii `f;eeti cfgº heIdiea concert on the Cli iion.an early date-in aid .of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
P'OOTS':,1ri. s11)t01 4 ý':rn Fi (ilHrni:bl sic't. (;('., h 0 ;C. \O. U '1)( i Eli. e W()tIl)(",\I;'U F ir Gil X'. ." "1 I- ' "1 CHANT . -7 . I izdsof Giii? . f.i? -.1 edid. or? Sed c i i . , iii L i iern C, it'r:, a'3 tfliss 'i eds. alll S ev uid fines, ntt oise 'irid Cattle .' : 1::' rsns rf lerlonl ' for, the sale of iee . , ? ltSui!irpho .p-oliate; itull St. Fral is Islhind Sthrbile-'Saltfr CuringM3eat a~id Iiittr: I:locl ait,. Che Saltf or ,i 'tilc or i ire. 'H: arld' h.iAItVJiY: rI'. \W I SU N S . FANCY.. R ;POS iTOl 1Y " :isse itr.eet Qub nseliff. c.a1 Wilson (1.i irerl to hbring undler hi Iq iIticeC of tJ libhlileriNEW STOCK ;41 f ,t,, Gpnl lc; ppqitllyisclocted .\1.oeril ;it : Chii, tlfe'r. Ne illeItork ' i ": . .Fancy, f iiF i':l- r , ,Transfer P pers, Perfunery-, c* r-ps' nd Scrap 13 loks Novels; Journals, Gift Books, , S;hiot l Requis'tes Ite al' h ' Utle'onacthili &inti. &dc. 'A TCALL ýii F S t i,'TFU SO'10 1C'TE. IAT' FUL 00MI01 O1ING. EPPS'S COCA. bIRI...
AN APPEAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
AN APPE~AL. Tn tle: Edritdil: Respc~tedl Sii,-1 dliii i widdli~ AhA thle I~third el ~ijije, dHl 1jt~jlg; (.Xc('pt LWio, yl tll ginillest~ did~c thle S~eondl eh~e.~t; j ames aiid Johln, th lowe~,res of niy 1hfl~k; whd wei.d·L tiazzz:ed off a' v-i~tiiiis by $mealt! dpitdei~ii and 1 dll now mount therir Io~s, MId ohi sir·, iwyc \'ere cut dlownl nearlyj .)itiae nie~ ikrokeiiZ h:Iearltell;· hut mly oIitl~z cmldir~eii, :;IhI boys; unscp I oji ii Luci r lc, zh'a are well cmrtu *ir~' W!i gool iii4itutit;~i, whlichl ka d sezv~ii:~ of U v1213 n~~i0ol~t,: l~ auhio I h~ope thart tule ~r'aidte eiuter~t; uuiliidut tl hre 'aivdi, by tubt~ (Je(1oze A~~uI~tn&.9f lit :tidt OF it wijll h6 'well Iluttroui~cdl, mid thteti ~ll will -be rc~\trlld0'I boct hl iuerfontrndrs andl rbekoul oui o~uts rul uly, A.l WVIIUW.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
T?l e proel'ty' aimun as tlle .Spring tlill Farmi, buiit ii iile iid a half from the Cliff. will lie sid by: W. F. lDcker and Ci)., at twelve o'dldek on 6atintuday,' 29th Jlyh'. At the polire c6irt 6n7 toiility bouis Halin waslined 1Us for insulting Con stable Bri-en In G?llibrand st'ditd ibn buriday foreiloon, hid 2s Od costs fdr A conveyance to rdacive ri'iloder to the lockup, with the alt.initive of seven days' inprisonment in Geelong gaol. Tie fiimt was paid: Haila doben box'es of plll thlt Weid put into the pot6totice have gone titray between her and Melbourne: Thtu?f ill be will ?liakNu hlEftre takuC: We IIhvd receivUd Once a Mobiltth dr July, which ida up to the uii.ual staliirdi
An Editor's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
;it .) l A t W it i P. 1,-nK - i l idin I '-! , :-? JAnEwEditorEs Troubles.-; nri 'X otoing'ago, pictking upan'eveni paper, 'Trac rt 'a;riph'about'ut iffieculties, S'iunerlediyn humorist in using'names fIorte'Valiou rain. people iwhiom lie writes abo6ut6un c'a8iun t of the numberso6f reil flesh and bloo 'people wh6 will persist.b in.elieyv. in that they are meant, owing to afacci denasimilarity of nomienclature. fIt 'rought forcibly to my mind an exper en'ceof myiown when Ih'ad just started uponi 'the'highway of authorship. ' SI had been asked o take: .a temporar charge' of a , inaml contii paper-wel wil call it .tlhe Tubriovdriandciver 'Arg during the absence of a frienlla:f riiine, iw' 'wias.ra idly gafing favor af'it'edito .i I iassumed thle charge withouht esitation - '? " 'jsist At that you ng an'd hopefnl age wheI,wLpwldalaye.:iasni?dJ hargeoi an thing, from a powder nill to an'elephant, JC tentto ;workito geftioulfmyJ rstpaeer.it' My friend, I must say, possessed nd humor. He...
Saved by a Horse's Tail. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
Saved. by. a Horse's Tail., In848.Captain Prbdis, of the general sta,'s ins sent as. the bearer of important despa, che!and private instructions ,to dif feenot?fficers incommandl On turning :the corner of the~ ilacee Yendome he.was assailed by a band of imsurigeits, who seized the reins dhis horse and askedhin:toýdeliver4i p 'his' pjpers. IThisi .as 'inituralI refused: Loudd 1cits the~oise,"' .Dou&aviti h the: flunkey 1, Shoot him 1" .Th o;ricer, seeing the Useless ness of further parleying \with the enraged nl;i put .tli~ spl'rs to his horse; which: reared, and the crowd fell bick. One -raga muffin, more plucky than the rest, in niaking t anatehiat'the liorse's rider, managed to get, hold of its tail. At that moment a shout if laughter was raised by the multitude, whose wrath Was suddenly appeased by this out= burst of hilarity. Dashing off at a gallop; 'the horse?andits rider got clear away. The explanation of this sudden change ini the attitude of; the; crowd is rather la...
Hedzoff and Verbena. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
HeaVff and veriiena. GountnHedzoffra-Russian-.otstanding, ..... Arrived oi Victoria's strand, With dynamite, guncaps and powder, . And Cossacks beneath his command, Who proved An unmerciful, desperate band. With sword and with fire, quite 1iSv The Victorian army was laid, &e W , And all who were slow on their pins (Excuse the bad grammar) were l i.1ayed." This provcs , . That some ratilawvaiy quite afraid. :A04maiden obf,?eland's 5?W;l , Sh~esa ~ ,dntcJ aJc l smallest Of smithereens, if ?get blown ..To .pve My. pluck. But 'I'liiet+gie alenel' . T?henýw nty ive otherads , e he;., And cried, "We Will fbllo fur lead For 'hiftsbiwv e'Ull:~ i. k, .9.; 1 Thu' tha iask it"should hat weblee That of husbands they all stood in need: YlIed;of lad long since selectetd? ,F Hi-I týenty-five.nrariorstrue ; . They were led&fiu air lderly Cossd~ik' - ' " N aiue C uttundo .h p :Tpoo, - * '&ii?.)@ f thni omla' knew. Tliladics advanced to the. Russians, SAn'd Verbena by Hedzoff ...
Angels and Angles. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
Ah'gels anhd fangles; j When abandoned to her;owndleviees the average female has a tenden?y t'o '~ pit on her hingsn;'.and to contrive.;, the same .in a manner that is niot conducive toi patience in the male behorilderai Her besetting iniquity ii tlhis particular'isafonidnessfodr angles; and she is uuwa?eriig inu'ei~ determhination to achieve theim at whatvercoit.stt H Now wevehiemently affiri?ithat in woman's apparel an aniile?';ihii 'a offhce to the male eye,: and, therefore, a crime of jao" small magnitude. Lithe masduline ar, angles afre tolerablet angles bfjwhatever acuteness. The, masculine ciaracter and lifeare rigid and angiular, and "the apparel :should, or. at least may,; proclaim the man;:;Bi??twitl? the soft, rounddednature of::wonmen,..her bending flexibility of temper, ngles iare absolutely. incompatible: In her outward- seeming all should be easy'i n'dd. flolvind-every fold a nest of graces, and every line:a curve.:' 'By close attention to this gieat truth, aind 'cons...
Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
Home is the rainbowIf life, . :The.greatest homage.we. can pay to truth, is to6useit. :. ; : Without a ,rich heart wealth is ani uly beggar: . If men are -so wicked with religion, what' would they be, without it ? " The human heart is. like heaven ; the niore angels the more room.;: : , .-Homeshould..bemade.a.dwelling place for; souls rather than a me'rerlddginfg placelfor bodiesd : i It 'i * Value the friendship of him who stands ]by/you inthcastorm,;. swarms of insects will surround you in;the sunshine. O J'.:. Hearts that love-may find heart's ease At every turnt oin everyway. • "?., Noman has evr, livedp rnht life wholas' n6 &e dchestenedýb a womanis)love, S y' r d'co and guided by her d *scre b*on.o . t • - The best thigs any mortal haTh ---. Are those-which every fmortl-sharesr 3 Albimpatienceg ofmonotony, all. weariless of best tliigs, even, are'but sign' of Ithe eternityof oou,. niiatre, the broke h'uman fashions of the driine everlastingness, ,,;1Hold your ongue and...
A Famous French Pickpocket. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
,4A Famous Frnch Pickpocket..: SMimi.,Lepreux is. the, most., adroit pick. pocket in Paris. Mainyf'fthei.plice agents know him well, and areincessantly'Watching him; and ye'tihey'ha~i e never been able to establish legally., a single one of the~ niumerous robberies 0of which:he" has;,been guilty, ,,.,. ; , : io:' I remeinber, wrines M. -Gisquetin his memoirs, eport indmale to6d'nin1'which so many curious things were said.!of this man, that I was' led to question awnofficer familiar' with >the doings. of Miinmi ILpreux. The offier 'iifo'ri?dd me that't}fis'robber had al least 15,000 franics a year, 'payable out of property piurchased 'vith:the prbduce of his larcenies; that he, was very.iiberal to the1 poor,,and, still,more so to the petty,theiv'es who served hiini;:t at he had always a doxena 6f the'se,on grea sideonsf eiployed. to keep a Iookp dutl'fori;him, to penetrate into the crowd'ftobascertainhbow such or suchsa, , perso; placed his, purse, his gold snuf box;, his pocket-b...
A Story with a Moral. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
A Story' witha' rMoral: He didt no e ho could win prizeon tie Creedmotr4ange ,.h fellow muddy-shhe o lho ppe dinto a Baltimore .street slh"~oouggaltery, atl said he would' just try teni~eents wortli offirinzitorsee what the "goll darned thing was anyhow.,:. : :?-iHe looked' ratlier'-sif]he might be a hand on.a garden: truck' farm; or a representati ve, from the country, who, having disposed 0~ few bushels. of-potatoes, was strolling around: ito:see what. couhld bo.sene Ie sighted alon :thebarrel,!pulled the t,?igger anu.missed"t th target. He took ten cents:,vorthiof1 i witl1, out improving, i ad then 'thougt lie would do it over. -- Just as hew?was brinnij g tihe piece to his shoulder one of tiose f'llow1s who are always' , to be found -inbilliard ro ns;`oloylio g alleys and., shooting?galleries. touhe4imhim1 o the shoulder, i andremarked that he',would like -tolshootthim. a. imatch;tio swhopa?idfdr the six shots. The stranger said hfe did.not care ifihe did, andshe.had,to pay twen...
One Only. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
SOne Only. .1 Arithmetic, in former days, said, ".one K~d one make twoo." But now wehale advanced so far, that,; that style will not do; And blushing bridi: and happy groom, whose lonely lives are iuoe, Say, with the parson'afull consent that-one and one make one' . .
Farctiae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
The hour of need-bread-making. The present time-Our birthday. A seedy customer-the nurseryman. SiAfter all, marriage is but a miss-take. :Ashining profession-The bootblack's. SAn ill: bre(a)d man-the baker who gives light weight. A man who takes great,interest in his business-the moneylender. . : .The- competition for frozen- fish has got slack. We thawed it would. -1 I,. ", My heart's in the Highlands," sighed the .traveller who was lost in a swamp. . ,Bibkins, whose wife's mother's sister is 'stbppirigwithhim, says his house is "'aunted. ' -The greatest oculist is. a young lady, be - cause she thoroughly understands the science of making eyes. . 'The man who uses blue goggles to protect 'his .eyes may be described as a man who has a very blue look-out in this world. SWhat is the difference between a school iiaster and 'a railway' guard 1' One train's the mind, the other minds the train. , ýIt is claimed that tea will promote mental vigor. In that case..the spring poet is ad vised ...
He Had Made the Round Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
He Had M"iade the Round Trip. . -,, ake4 I 1h',le'n"i lait ,, ordi'er. ' I "`a goinghome,';she said,; as the clock struck the the midnight hour. The "nurseldoled at the. doctor with a signifilcait'g:1ance, and wrhispe'red-=4.f.,i:1 °.v: aiveI i. - " His mindwanders ,,n Preitly he lifted his feverish head from its pillow. lnn A-sq wand M/'AAny: letters fromthe;house ?,'lhe inquire ed. "There oughtto beletters here." Then he slept, and in his'l leel he was a' U ?0) j'aiui-4ifibled oft~fi~hlfiih 'streams where the trout played-of school hours and rom?sn'i ?itl. lhiilliiiates: raAt twelve lie' suddenly awakened: ."All right," he exclaimed in a strong voice," I f!';? ~d v" , .. e.-theughk.the port : ;hadcalled him for. au'd;P~l~ta·~,i"??i'ttonr.1:?i"?,e d?0r flgfit[ a' soothing hand on him and he slept. Inhiq sleep :hei " Shor ,-you, samples of our goods. I'm going offith'eroadn:id«i This order closes .my account. The house has called "me in. Going to have' my?irs'"holiilajl; but I ýI r'...
Wait. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
./ \'·:* ' 1'Waa I iHe wa. a itame curate in; the, wild back country of-Australia, and. hewas '. aiting in chuirch'o marry ple odfnatives, not bla6kacones. Einterrione'of themi the man, in huiatyland.his _orkig cl6thes, with his hands and.face covered with antique dirt. S"Aw've.kum to be spliced" "I Youd1'Iresponbded?i burate, aghast. " In -that garb ?7Iil is':inuifoper;. i"Why, you are dowAright dirty.?! ; i " Me~dirviyj? ?ait till you see her."
OVER THE SUNSHINE OF EXISTENCE HANGS A BLACK CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
OVER 'THE UtJNSHIN1 tJF EXhITENE IFANGS A BLuACK * CLOUD. -With tl:h? ttlthrtainty of life is yttind= led the dark nldstery of dblh 1 yWhild, on the one hand, we catch thie ?vlcoine sbund of the bli.iath of life thait tells of an itillitldi to our species, on the other we shudder as we hear the rushing wings of the Destroying Angel ! The mighty voice of the Greitt ,infliicind Whii? h rliles the universe has proHuinced 'dnr FAte; the dead fiat has g~3tU .forth, antd deery bhortul ilahl iA doomted to die ! Tiit, thoigh we tdniiot pr'event, can we p'c. pone death ? Tli? question is mionidlb .tais, even if it EUlIUern the prolonga?,in df life but by A shigle hour, inasniich VSi?· -,l instalt [)rbnpts us to fight the boldtit battle W'~d an for this gldtldId boon of r-istu?d it The lpronlpting ?" instilht ni·t bnt i'ontaneoOs v'di?dl Of naltitt, and it ti tUr duty to obey: but there still rtiitins the questind; citn death be pobtpdnied by a singlC hlii ht Yes. for- the W\orl wdrks in dbed...
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
NEWS AND NOTES. When Mr Stoneman left for his home trip it was with the understanding that he would have leave of absence for the remainder of his term from the Borough Council, which leave was obtained in due course. As Mr Stoneman did not anticipate being absent over a few months, he, ast the solicitation of several friends, agreed to sign a nomination paper before leaving, with the view of stand- ing for the position of councillor at the en- suing municipal election. We understand that the paper is now signed and ready for delivery to the returning officer at the proper time. Mr Stoneman has done so much for the Cliff individually and officially that there ought to be no doubt about his return. No citizen has taken a greater interest in the welfare of the borough than he has, and no man has had such potent influence in obtain- ing concessions from the Government. Before the advent of railways no one did so much to bruing the place into notice as Mr Stoneman in his tours through a...
Official Visit of Mr Levien [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
Official Visit of Mr Levien The Hon. Mr Levien, paid a visit to the Cliffe on Saturday last, for the purpose of enquiring into local wants. &nbsp; &nbsp; He was met by the Town Clerk and after- &nbsp; wards interviewed by the councillors who drove him to Point Lonsdale to see the re- maining portion of the road which required to be formed and metalled. Mr Levien pro- mised to do what he could to obtain a grant towards the completion of the road, the cost of which is estimated at about £400, and will send a reply within a few days. The Council are anxious to proceed with the work at once and will do so if any assistance is promised. A visit was made to the new pier. The work so far has been pronounced very satis- factory, and about half of the piles have been driven. It was impressed upon Mr Levien that the work should be continued by supple- menting the balance of the unexpended vote sufficient to construct an additional section. This will be done if possible...
The Blue Ribbon Army Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 18 July 1885
The Blue Ribbon Army Anniversary. The first anniversary tea meeting and con- cert under the auspices of the above society took place on Thursday last and may be pro- nounced a decided success in every particular. Tle'i tteiidnce.at the tea quite exceei id ill exiietatlons upwards of 303 having sat dowu v ii to pariake-of thiejgodhhtylli , rovidtiy' ther'ti caterer, Mr .. S..J:mnice;ou, whose arran?ge ments were, considering the great rush, car ried out. with considerable preision uin:ler the trying "circnnstmances. Quite: 'a host of ladlies assisted in the arringetnents a:id were most' indefatigable in their eiertionsto sup, ily.the wants of ; all;. Owing: to an'unfor. thitiatse'iddent whibh hhappened to Miss (ard her:thiit;!lad', av prevented fronmi being at her?usua?lkl pol." This was "a lossito all;i: for the energetic manner in whichi this, lady hssists t; all tschdi affairs Is ivill known l and she is conseqietitly greatly missed ; Fortunat'lyv however her place' i was in.; thi...