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Marcus Hill School-Church. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

Marcus I1ll1 School-Church. In, connection with I the .opening 'of, the Marcus Hill Church o.n Suniday, the 23rdl of this inonthi a tea meetiig will be. held on the following Tuesday, the; 5th, of wliichr' further particuilars, will be .ni inuiced;, in. next: Sauturday's Sentrinel. But ona ,thing is contemplated, :i;e:, to have a Queenscliff table, and any intend •ingq enutrilutors twill :kindly let:;eithler Mrs Wilkinson at tihe parsonagep or Mrs Gardner, at tboe w.ane,:kkiwr. ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

ITheifollowrin is, a list of rnakchcs 'to`bc· b pLtýýccl (luatllllg .t saom b , tito .Qnucas..hff:.. f trwkct2nb i~i.Q:i. . 'oro 'itG.1i '!c_(itlh \'wfdwn,: at Quctuiscliff... "T~ib8o-Jai I. 4iot;o nt:ensc ' tlJ:'iui IIUth-Newýtown, at GCelongb: i I~r: Titt H St ,Liuts1ni'iktr.iQiieensclifffAt'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Cricket-Fighting. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

Sl r9icket3FPghtimng. l:; : s Cricketing--thatjisto-say, the fighting of crickets-is a species of amusement pursued with as much zest by the Pekinese as quail fighting in the south or cock.fighting among the Malays. The insects are regularly trained for combat, .and their capture and keep give rise to several important branches of commerce. Various implements are ,needed; such as " tissorato;loosenathe earth or to enlarge the cracks in the wall in which the insects are: hidden;! wire bells, tubes several inches long, and open at both ends; and, for each game, two cups, each of which has a cover." When the conditions of the combat are arranged, the two heroes are let down into an open flat.bottomedhb'4 ~vivth pe'rpn'dicu. lar wallsil. Thiy i seizie each;other by the lbddjy ;jus as i men/do, and direct blows at each other with their pointed mandibles," fighting till one retires or is hurled out of the box. The conquered cricket is " restored to liberty with a good deal of abuse." Larg...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. .... A.ttcentio.is,.called to.tihe.. grand ball to be helil on Monday night next. .Tie coimnittte' ire r sparing no painss to-make it a success. shimo''s brass band has :be?i eagsedl. Prograinuhes-of the miost modern-kinid, printed at this office, are to be used. It take. place at 9 o'clock in the large liall of the Grand hotel. F: -1. ..... A Blue ..Ribbon. meetiug.iyasNeld. last. Friday in the Foresters' Hall. Tlhe Rey. '. Garidnr oceuped tle ehaii.. In teresting and instructive addresses were delivereil by, ti Rev. Mr11' Mraland and! a igentleman fviitdrfr rnt Ballaiat 'lhe .were listened to by a very orderly meet in'.The choir rendered several G(ospel ¶1.enierance song.s in a highly creditable manner. .. ;l r'Jiustus Liddell.who had his leg broke'n whilst .playiig.fotball, is once "muore niamogste us, and is progressing favorably . ,_ ; . V.With this morninis g' issue, wepublsh a suppeinent-O'Griady's. In the hurry of Isumigk some of the subseribers may receive:t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The bad and worthless. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

Th.; i ',T"ieaavaia worthilesas',. q rne'ieri'a inritatedl<r',i ,ebounterfeited.; **Thi sIps; - is slbpceaClly truer of; ftirnil meilidiieuane,l it . .il'psitivc pronf tlthat thd.e r'dinmyd is iifatcdl of ,the liighesl vlleI, As soo( as il, Ihed beer teste(. atid lir'. > 'd y) tlu wii hole orld thit toli Uitter. was thie 'us ljnru b.L n' . niost. vau;alulu fainly uiediciicine o a urirth, nmiluy i m.itatios-.spnrglll up a?;i be'ga;i to sta'l the notices iI wilifli' theu pres.s aild the people ot , the cotuntKy liat expressed thue merits of I[, I., and il. evcry wy t3' tyul to ilmit lctil lfflr: ing iuvlids to us cthreir stuff iite:id. ,expiectiiir to mikCe mnIey' oni' the creRli' and guodl "unuie of lH .b M alii~o-, thcrs stiirtld InistrIuI s pul t ip in sim'.r. stlyl to If. B. with .varigusly devised riiunls ifii liici tlih womPd H''l oji" "Ho-lps" w?i *et 'i i s wa to in'lurd'iuu ople to I)eliyev they' d wcreii-' santme a HFop hitters. All sticli prctyehdcl reniedmCs ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Novel Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

place yesterday onalpassenger train of the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad, between, . d Little - o'k. dge. T. Va igian, of the Circuit Court, was on the rain,,.After~At.,,lft.L onoke, county, pman apmed: G. Bl] armeroF ,thiat country.iwas irrested by :a?,dep'dty. sheriff. Tlhe charge gasiille pnio'oer was for carryinga sting. ,hot ,; iiThe law i Arkansas against carrynpg =deadly weapons is rigidly inforced. When Stlihr'`pisoner leJrned .that Judge Vaughan ,wa,ign the train, he went to him and begged for:an immediate trial. He said thatt his ??ife 'wias ick -and he did not want to be -taken away from her. ,The learned jddge'is ;a character: in his way, and said he would try hini at, once., He -declared thlied'c rt opened ~borsbuixieet,-:and tallqd)Farmer to ,the p~lsoner's box, that is,,to a seat in the 'car,- And asked' him whether lie .esirdi to plead guilty o r : nbt. Tli-;passengers col. n roceemge re varilous percies on seat rails and from the aisle. Farmer replied: "Your Hono...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 3rd November. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

BOROUGH COUNCIL: ----?-.?Monday; 3rd-November. --.-. - .'Present--,The mayor (Cr Stienmnin), C is Arkins3 Baillieo, Cottier, Jamieson, ande;I?ley:. ..: .. Correspondence...'. A nunbher of circulars were received fromr differenltinstitutionu; councils &c. A letter w?i?s received fronm the LaInds Dcpartinont,askiiingthe council to supply estniuatetH r e.stitofhe lieprposed fencilng of the sandhill alig. Poinnt Lonusale. rodl, to otRist .of spllit reciguhl pOsts andl two or three' iails respectihvely. ...Cr, aillieu referred, to the number of letters! which had been ;written to: tlhe hlon. iciinim?i ' for: the. district-a 'ivbhole olkftill ;-- aid othing camie, of it.' The repairs which wee: being carried- oi at the pier were to prevent it from? falling down.,, .T . . . t-iMr Carter's ,trees. A letter was read from Mir Carter, in which he coiiidlitnecd of the destruction if'tries ii fiont oF his property'iler street. .He wrote that tlhe,:trees hid beens" planted three years ago...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Gold Bracelet. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

A :Gold Bracelet. There it lites among the unredeemed pledges, a beautiful gold bracelet. Hardly a tale of poverty or wretchedness about that, one would think. The poor don't have~massive gold bracelets to pawn;, flat irons and flannel petticoats are more in their way. How did this bracelet come to be pawned and remain unredeemed ? Let us look at the ticket on it. "Mrs. Smith "-ah, a married .liiay nT.?intfii " adidn' id;"£2. Why, the bracelet ia honestly worth £5., However came Mrs. Smith to part'. with' her beautiful, bracelet ,for such an absurd sum ?. Was she poor, thii Mrs. Smith? - Had she come down in the world suddenly and been compelled to part with her jewellery'to pay rent, or to buy her sick husband luxuries, or to bury her dead baby ? Perhaps.' Mar ried ladies with bracelets do sometimes drift into poverty and have sick husbands. to feed anddead babies to bury wheni there is no money in the house; and up stairs in a little drawer there lies still a treasured trinket, th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Imperial Diversion. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

par Imperial Diversion. I arrivedat St. Peterepbur, with the in ttistoni of estabhishig mys'elf us ,a feicing i" master iii thatcaital. Introduction from diatingutshedid duals, of myown country ' enabled'me to aii e a friend of Count Alexis W- ; and that nobleman interested him self greatly in s uccess., Not. content with securing, me severaL pupils, ihe urged me t petition the Emperor r rthe valuable and honorable appointment ,f fenemg-mas. e toi a 'regiment; and, towards .that end, gave me a letter of recommendation to an aide-du.camp of the Czarowitch Constantine, who,waarthe -at the CatI-of-Strelna, bear St. eet?ersburg. i / The morning'after I{hireda droscbki, and Sse: out forStrelna, armed with, my. reden • tials. I reeached' the convenitof St..Sergibs, t iharsi umost nerated 'in Rud i'after St. "'Aled'dh'r z NVie iski;."'A'f8 ahw''miuult isfter. ! '' -wards 'tarnived at the'Castle, aid. was soon utshered iiintbothealpartmeidiof the Enipelror's brother'I one of theise Idiscove...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Another Kind of Doctor's Shop. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

' Another Kiiid of Doctor's shop. ;Old Bill MGammon, who keeps a grocery store in, one of th'e, uburbs,'is one of the closest men in the colony, and he abbrlieiates his words in writi'ng. ,He abblreviate'd the names, oh the drawers and boxes of contents in his.grocery, insteadofpamtng tie names in :fuii. For, instance, he paihted, on the sugar barrel ,' BrSugar,! for, brown sugar nd soon.. , ,, Last Tuesday.?. feeble looking stranger dropped jito Bill M'Gannon's store, and after ,looking arou id,'a aid, S"Is Dr. Prunes in?', O?ld.M'Gammon started, and said he reck oned not..:: ,, "Is n Doctr .odfish in, then " asked th stranger. " No, he is not," said old Mi Gammoni; ei: phatically...., , '.Then tell Doctor Cherries I would like. to see him, if he is at leisure.' ' Y!'ou get out of here.:, I believe 1youhave. escaped from the.lunatic asylum.. IThis ain't no medicine college; this is a grocery store,' :retorted oldi,M'Gammon, getting red im the fade. . . . I! "If this is a grocery st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

M .A. f^ ?..K -. .:?An y description, of 'General ''Printing exeeuted in First-class Style wi thl ' ...*. „";tie' ?A .... ;" a" ... . etig.g Department every effort is made to satisfy m r ecial Indcements for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotations for a.' ?,,,,,?. nu in • i • uu • I an .I nmuunl In · nl· nn nlnu am nuu[r uu • • n m ln u ll m m m u nulgn. • m in . . .. .w

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Why Tommy Wonders. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

whyTommy Wonders., I wonder, says little Tommy Smaliboy Why it is naughty for me to say things that grown folks say without anybody [telling them they mustn't. f !/ ( Why it is that all the fun b'egins as soon as I am out of the room and, ends the instant I1,come back.i; / r tay ny iap pa and mamm'a dreljalays, talking about the neighbrs or loi doing Just what they do themselves. Why my papa should sit with his pipe in hitsirouth allthe`evening, aftersayingtha he hopes I will be a, good boy and neer smoke. .1- I ," " , ?-Why'my.mamma should expeot me never .to tell a lie, when she finds it so convenient to tell several almost every day. . .. Why my papa's breath smells so much like a kerosene lamp after he has been in the 'upboard all alone by himself ., ',i v j - prWhy grown people, wlio'know everything, make such a fuss and stadiin'er'so when I ask them', aqdestion. /; I?: ' T 7f 1! ,;± Why papa and mamma saysuch nice things to each other when we have icompany, and hardly talk to ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Funny [?]it-Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

A side show-a profile.-- - Out '6f: breath-All- 'the', letters-of "athe,; alphabet but six. : ;:: Why is wonder like a corncob ?-Because it is: amaze (a maize). ' ,?, r .," The banana skin,'though, crushed to earth, has the power to take somebody with it. "°rilinyu es my m atelie sig 1? Ask my mother she replied. ' r A man who wooed a Miss lMuphy offended 'li'f" by?Syit r he'"always'was"fond.-of-pota toes. " There is.a coolness between that yenng" 'couple," said Boggs, as he saw one plate,ofd cream and two snoop. ,?_ . The cheaper the clgat theim~'lier stently does the cheap, smoker-puffEit in the faces of 'his fellow-travellers. He had jdist'lbst ds bet,?and as, he:poo:eted the rem'aining silver reinarkedIsadly, ,"' [ bet,, a shilling I won't beFtagain:.",, i: When men have won-their way to fame We say theyiWe dlimbed,the,Jtre ;i' - When in a fix it's.just the same ; , TheyZ'e- ' `n a tree,, say wvVe. .. : While unseen by each otherrat a Melbourne auction-room, husbai'and 'rn i'ife...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

IT. Is WORTH .1k RItAL.--" I was trobuledt for iiany years with kidney complaint, gravel. e.tc'my blood becucame, thin. I was dull and, ina?etive, could hatr Ily crawl :about, and was an old worn-out inan all over, and co ld getI nothing to help ie until I got Hop Bitters,! aiid nowmn y blood and kidneys are all right,' :and'I m as active :?a a man of thirty :al t ouinh i am sevcnty-twe, and I have no doubt it will do as, well fori otlers of my age. It is worth a; trid,:,(LFatheri.. Notice . rmusements. A O?. ?UOUiRT QUEENSCLIVFFI ., No. 4124. A :GRAND BALL A GRAND I) LL will be held in the mag nificeut Hall of 1m Granud Hotel on Mondlar, 10th November, .1884, Princ'eof Wales Birth day. The. proceedst will be devoted to the pur chase of a Blauti for the above Order. .,An efficient b.id,puniider the direction of Mir G. Aslimore, of Geelong, has been en gaged foi" the oci ;asion,d a first-class pro !gramme willbe, provided. . Double Tickets, iis each; to be had from the following mrti...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TESTIMONIAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

TS ESTI.MON IAL. :. . To the Editor.. /Sir,-- lt having blen mopted, at th?e •Borough Council meeting that a: testi moniiil in the shiji6 of a silver, watch be ,presented to.tile Boroighi lairor for. his' past services; Iwould snggest :that: the' mnoney for thji ng purp5 ib raised bjy pi vate subscriipt:ni andi not lten 1ýon. the rate fund. If this system is once initi atedl the is no telling where i? woutild stop, anid the c,incillors: probably wouiild get into' th. halbit of voting'one another a leather indal,h l mid soieties to.. Tile rates are not paid for any. such purpose, and we have quite'onouch to do withi the small revenue thiat' ire collect in ciarrying orit municipal:kowrks. I do' not 'for one; inoiomenit finlt fault iwith: tilhe: borouh laborer, but fully appreciate hiwvali?abl eiervices; and b?lieve.that hli attendis ,to nslid takes a ;grit bitiJrestin hlis wivork; and yet at. thea nmie tiime if the mayor and councillors belieive in recogipising hiis ser vices }by a tt...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

SATURDAY, NOVELBER8 184.~ TlHE counci lately called jor teiider-for tlhe supply of ladies',bathling dresses. liey lshoul "also call for tenders for the supply of genleien' bathing trunks. To see a' number ofi thers 'running about in: a state of' nudity in front of their own and other people childreni 'of :tnder years is a sight which is not only unipleasant, but decidedly iunbecoinig. A mi has .no, more right to liarade himself in nakedness before a nutimber of children a in?, uiblie lbathing place than' he hastoa do so on the verandah of his own house, or in "esse .stieet. TIhe difference of situation does not alter the effe lt,"neili,.r does it inmake 'the ct less objectionable. We feel assured that in ou" iremarks oi thlis sibjecet we have the support of every 'mother iii the coinuinu iiiy. ' ierc is niotlii whbich so becomnes alad as mudestv" and it is a shame that adultsi1, by. exaiupll .'should,,ciul]i tlt.i a r v:ti,, ",d ti " v .' ...... '., '.r to i .. . , , a ttti Kt1w [c'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

SW, SHAW, Ryrie-street, Geelong, ý9ow-onf ' aun d arge assortment L, TEA, SDINNER. 'DESSERT, IA'ND = TOILET 8ERVICES, Of tlle newest designs, and at very low prices. S61 1a ent:foi theDewJ~iWheeler and Wilson S SewingR Machines. 4 ,:? Cutlery, Table :'Napk ins .and, every requisite ý , *] " ýr: IV· f":.. : J ·h :. r 10 c'd iiggilg hily Grocer,;, :t i )l:Wine, andi Spirit ,Merchant: I; - No.. ii ' ,'H. Sif8Et . . SIT i.E.E T, Qineeilsc' liff: o a'1!? ? : :r r, SChirnasGlasa', laniEarthenware.ý:u S . NI L, senior, b s t'1an nounce that sheh'is" RE-OPENED i.; 0r ui i T tHE $SHOP - i , - Ili, , Ifl lu c: ;? :i qu u rnd q.r - , : iT, : a.. t th ' eof " r .. SHESSE :AND S STREET. , A.. i.'? 1n- fresh h uipplyia of, :GodI.oi?no hand; anl as'the stAck has been purchased for cash. the prices quoted will give cus , mers''Veerysatifitetlon.l - ; "i ' ', I: , S Milk supplied.li': i' i11 G?EEliO~G MARBLE A.T'-RND. T Y .'" HIE' STTREE/I OPPOSITE ""fro f :,"~i:,(" r '3 GROERI u S Iof Ithebes q.tiq...

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What is this Disease that is Coming upon us? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

What is tb i. Diseseae that isi : Coming uponi us.,, , IZ ti f ' thi ight it steals i upon u n-. lnaWres..an 3 au Serofls halifi iainai t tie chest adi sides, ' and Aoefmem in the hctk. T,,icf 1Tl duiii i le(py; "t lie lin?outli'has'i lial taste, especially in the mniiiting A srt of sticky sliuce collects abcii'tlte ?tit :'i'h appetite is;lb ' Tiie is ti' feiiii~iik? a liclvy lioad on the 'stodimich; ominetimes a faiu all -gtjn setsa;ionl at the pit' of the stuotacth 'iw1ich food dthesfio n'"5 iisfy .-+' Tle , eCyes are wvith a .sur taste, arid sumetiimes. with a sweetishi taste; this is frIciquieitily atiteinde with'plptltoni of the heart; the viidon be comis' impaired with spots before theli .ses th re. is feeli gr of great prostimtion andT weakness All of"thbice syniptom.ins are' i turn pireintl It is thought tihatneirly 'ouc thudl :,of our' pulation has this, disease-iii some of its viried ftori. It has becn found that medical mae Ihave miisfaken the aiiture o'fthis disease. Som...

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The Young Men's Christian Association Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

The Y un ~ ns-ChristifaNM ".. lhciabovecpiciiic.lsae ,laeld on T.1uesi a] iyý last,;tizidei tho nliost fa~orahl etir~; ru~in:t L11C09 fhe two faoit~ %-14 leas-ure "b binta the Lui'iuilnle atiad thie (jaw wci cr tc' ehal'tie feit Lh6e 01cc3 ~ioi: :Ti e hiriiiter heft' the Pot~ FOI Milliitrtie 'uh'.aay. Jo~el `ait di`it'ot' trill- Ji~ ( a ( J o , lc and1 .tlhe, ,Ca ovau I. ii c i im l ntiiantes. 'Tiet Inu.lts arrived at tht* Clidi :r little ;hefor 1 o.clutk 41111 vwere* I,&ria'zth( ~Iir~itirrule the-pier.i n tielcu C 1 alOllLNL', ioaanad *it tairore far' a briei iii tevlTVil after wliteli they. were invited to{ attend a uaa.etlll- in the lowier rescrve Ait eice11eniib iddiress wva4 then' delive tie by the' Rev: M 1r Ilutiuinig, andi after Mle~iir Halley~ L wreflcer Dixon1r Atoin JIatartaiey bad spoken, the lte.c JIoni '(ylazdzitr adijae'ised' the aisseiaiblage 'liHe said ii.. ýias glaidto see rso nilanv of the lltstoulatioai at `.the Jic f~ CI hat, daly, Y and holed that they ...

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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

.i ' ; '* 1iiuii ; i. One of the medical journals ays:' ':.There, is no limit to the ingenuity of al hysteical; worinihi'w'i io once si icommenccs d'e ceiva." ',, " '* ', l , w l -:'A country paper,,after publishing a list'ot the; prizes, distributed, at' a recent, cattle; show, states thatthe gold medal was awf od to Mr.X.Y.R.,i'as being thc'inest bXst' .. S'A Wigner'concert" rdccntly was'follbwetd by a, baby shbw.i 1A! lover !of tW.gneriani, music entcredthe oiattor! o0!eiday, jus) isj .a couple, of,dopzen infants wcire lhpwling dis. mally, and ttirniig to ,the, door-keeper ie said,'with 'an airn o??siirlrise'" Why' ' was' notr'aivar thdt', anothlcr.'sriis ofi'Wagnerc cpncerts?:hadbegunli, \.! * i :, 'm Ujml "You are au rly, riiser, arc ou.?l,!ai Mrs.;Brown to Mrs. Jones. ,"No; the reason isI 'icarinodt'wae upi John, 'before 'noddrif" have tried, the clock alkrm,' blank 'caitridges: anid .bell ringing, buti he sleepsi like:a dead man., "Y,ouiopught to try the pln I u7e ,0, m" husb...

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