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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

Quite recent y a lady () wishin for Mr. Gladstone's,autograp?h, wrote?tid asked him if he woiild'indly favor he'riti "'his pir sonal autocrat." t A cow in walking does-not, as is popularly supposed, pick-upi1?l her feet at-once, but only one at:a time. Which;one.dependsupon circumstances. The cow is but an indifferent pedestrian. So true is it that one should not keep three-fourths of his capital lying idle.

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

An Interinational Ball. :The,;corimunieofPfettershaun, oli' the frontier of Switzerland and ,Alsatia, recent ly ceiebr;ted its'' anniual holiday. A'h 'ia. keeper;' "*hose deistalilishmeit t bes drid'es'lle frontier line, applied to the German authbori tiesa fr piermission to get :up aball. iThis was declined. He was, however, permitted to hold a concert at the inn. The man was then"st'ruck "wi a brhilliant ;idea; He asked and obtained leave to lay down a'plat form for dancing-oniSwiss territory, and he .placed his musicians on the baloony of, the nnd.' The guet' e e aft??aeaf rrds; enabled to dance on 8`wis soil td 'the sddids of' a 'band -playing: on,the! Germatiside of, the frontier. Thebest part. of:.thes,business is that the landlordI hadno tax to pay. -In fac there was only a concert on'German ;territory;;: aiid 'on` Sviss' territoiy oinly a dance-without-musio.i fi Odrcorrespondent adds: i ''So long as }the,.ermrans only lead us this sort of a dance, we, don't, mind 'muchd." ....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural &c. THE APPLE WORM—THE CODLING-MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

THE APPLE .WORM--THE CODLING. MOTH. SFrom the'letters of inquiry,- it is evident: that some:of our correspondentsthink that, the vApple-worm I ahd the Codling-moth are different insects. 'i It -will simplify matters if they'unierstand that;the !.",worm? : is the; grub or larval;state of:the moth., .This pest has beei so general,':and:has been so rapidly. incieased,' that'a few years ago it seemded to threaten itomake orchard: ulture unprofita-. ble in many localities. - Recently,' however, remedies bhave, been devised, which should. 'encourage the fruit-grower tto hope' thatflie may successfully combat this, his most des. itructure enemy, and if :heir application can -be made general, promise a b'etteorfnture for the orchardist. rThe life; history ofthe in sect may be briefly stated; tl?iu4's:In spring, about the same time :the fruit has " set," a little gray mothi leaves the chrysalis in whichr ,it has been dormant' all-.winter. As Jýhi moth flies only at night, it is rarely notice...

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

lOLSERVA'IONS BY KUcT''A JACK. . ret --No p Npidywniinpnr. oursreiders 'aie wondering' whlat's becoiliie of youli iffeiVcorrc~.piniilt. (.thitL'x:Ii.) for some periods past,'anid [ fei! h:it j. haven't kept faith witlltihe puiliik alto gether, and the publick's a sort o, char acter that won't stand munch nonse~nse. .Its a wonder what a kapacity t!ifpultlick lpossesses-f'ir gettilg onwitlollit. people leven tlieni as tlhinks as tthey're hindes ellnsaile. W vI,'. wlien .jllius Cazsar, 1a:,nibal, Bl iar:i, .nil'J. IicCulllchl gave up the job of bossiii the solar gvste'i and keepifg hlertatciC koihet' 'in liorder, wliy lte 'ichiiie giounilid -ay as usual, jaist a if y had lit oif fro!n a 1SOU0 horse power diriving wheel the thing still kept revolving all thile i ea.n Now I've'moralis?ii'ier tliis of late ('ill in a oia6ii hi ' iniior-l'.,,losti i2s(id hoAer' the Cup) an'il" ail't so conceited asI waOs a fortniliht ago when Iidrew a horke iii ai big sweep iid. 'kilculatedloii liiakiig, a...

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

' iommng' tot Pthna After his active services in the war, Ad miral Bailey was stationed in commandof the NTvr-yardnear;2ortsmduth, N.bw Hampshire. IOn?elChritnimas day hlel iame uitp to attend worship in St. John's Church, in that town. There was to be a Sunday schqol gathering after service, and the rector, having seen jhe admniral in the aui'ence, (conceivedi the idea : that he could make him of use upon the oc casion; so he fell upon him before he could .getoutoftheedoor....--.....-........' " Admiral," said he, grasping his hand, " I ani 'dligh'tedýto see you €erp ; 'and nowwe 'ar alaboulo have a little celebration by our TndaaisT~chool, we should all be so nmch pleased (herewas an extra squeeze of the old man's flipper) to "have you say a' few words, to- the children. Won't you?" (Anbthei. ;squeeze.): ' Now a Sunday-school was an affair as new," to him, if: not'as ,formidable, as fa couirtroom: and he vas .an extremely bashful ;man.?,He i rapidly cast abaout in his mind'tlhe ch...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What's in a Name. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

wiatM's ~ m W 2me. ;A man of the name of Taylor one day married a second wife,: a:yery pretentious wvoman, and went to spend his honeymoon in Paris.; The surprise oft js friends -was great' when he'eturrned with a cardpllat engraved " Mr. and Mrs. Tailleure." Among these people who did not take altogether kindly to the new title was an aged relative from whom the Taylors expected a 'legacy, and who made no secret of her disgust. Consequently. when: the !ne)vly-married couple went, a few weeks after their return, ;to stay with her, they expected an outbreak on thesubject; , The old lady, ho.wever,1 saidc nothing 't all iiuntil the inlucky Taylbr imadd a remark abont a new possession she had ac quired in the way of a cur of repulsive ap pearance and uncongeniafIhaibits. "That's a nice dog of yours, aunt," he said one day, after administeiing a kick td the'creture on the sly; what's his name ?" "Well," said the old lady setting herlips firmly, " I used to call him Jowler, buit now I ca...

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

" The fishers shall'also mourn, and all they that cast angle into the brooks shall lament, and they that spread nets upon the waters shall languish. "--Isaiah xix, 8. It is the time of the fish liar. He is even in our midst. "A poor man is better than a liar,a sBait, itRvesq man r `Jvrch goes o'm diae tha eveni$ the days ofklo. onap~o man was'about as useless a piece of furniture as could be found in the country, and when a liar was placed one row below the child of e`iovet; ie wasEllisalviliad'his*1ulek;,yes; he was thirty-nine degress below the Benevo lent Asylum. The psalmist said in his haste, " Allýmen-are"-liarsd-..And,.althougl.ý,ter. saying it he had many years for mature con sideration and deliberation, he doesn't appear tto have moveda reconsideration. Hedoesn't say anything about it.; i.e dobesn t explain it ; he doesn't add anythiig 't6 it; he doesn't even move to strike'out the eiac'ting clause; he jiist'let'the -ebrd and I; if : V There havel lbe~iimeniwho;told the tru...

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

What lTheatres, used to be.. , i One"of tlie most Eiluriods'cistomn was at the' clcse of the principal piece when the actors ,ecitedl an address to.the Sovereignoi thei' "neces. It would be droll indeed to faney at the present day Mr. Irving and his compayil dropping ou~their knees at the footlights while a solenn adidrsito i 'Vicforia was ?Fecited. .°'. %.iJ. ` , e, What we now call firces were then'termcd jigis and dhoejigsw re generally written in doggrel xym .pe? ormers w o rl1 lbvwed torii0tr2 olu ny amo4;ri~ go gand stage busines,mnn' th' Ibw co elianor clwn who undertook the principal work in these jigs was to make the most;'f his opportunities, and to make pleint!of'fdi fiorthe audience, 'gelierally rather exacting in that respect, for the farce! and:jig;came afterthe tragedyzin stead of before the principal play, as at the present day. Instead of a fixed lricereif"admission, the anau rs, hgy,iin plopoaion to the attrac attend a"' firs MA'ight 'hadu generally tbpay. somethin...

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

/ Why she acceptedia Reporter. Two fashionably.dressedEiladies were sit ting in front of itheir cottageat'St. Kilda one evening lat wsteek,?talkiug;?ve the sum; mer campaign, 9' How is thig,EdithI lear you have broken your ,engagement. with young Cou pons ?" said theeldere;-? :9vtn ai " Yes, mother, I judge it best to tell you 'I have." S oin ifiibr of' whomi pray, ? THe =isegood for £10,000 a year now, and will come in for a large estate, whei" his father dies.. What young millionaire have you now centred your affections upon ?" S"He is not a ,millionaire at all, mother.; 'I. am engaged to, Charley Pencil." . " Who is lie ? ,Hoow miuchl is he wvorh ?" , He is a repo'ter on a Melbournie paper, and has just money enough to take him through.a fort ight.holida..y.. .... "My child; why will-you throw yourself away?. ?You will reduce me to beggary.'b" " Wait, mottrli;r, ilea~'i wait iutil? I.tell you. +In tlh'ee r'st plade,;he is acquainted ,with everybody, and then he gets free passes t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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I'll Wait. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

, I'll Wait. She inquired of three different persons at' *the pot-office e"as to wher : th'e money order department was, iand 'iiot feelling satisfied with this she asked atboth stamp, windows. T'hen shefelt resonnbly certain that she wrould not go down cellar or up, stairs in going to the money order room, and she timidly en tered that place and asked ?:' " Can I send a money order ? "Yes'm." " '" Twelve shillings "? :.'" To Ballarat ?" , . "Yes'm?i?" roc :" a? " To my husband?" " Please fill out a blank." She filled out three different blanks before the writing suited her, and tried four different pens before she found a holder of the right build and color. " This order is for twelve shillings," she said, as she stood at the window., :" Yes'm?"' H, " He went there to secure work, but he .can'tfind any.". S" Yes'm." " And he wants to come home." " No doubt of it."' "But twelv, shillings seems .like ian awful .price to tring anyoine fromiBallarat.": " So it does." ; " He vmightý not...

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

O: OUR ILLUSTRATION.?,: LADY LOCH. We have pleasure in giving a portrait this week of Ladyl'L6oh; the `wife' of the new Goveinor of Victoria: Sir Henry Brourglam Lochhas already made himself very popular and .deservedly, so, .by identifving~himsplf with public charities, and amusenments, and social aichitieis,; and religious requirements`' 'ind?Lady'Loch has so ably seconded hitmhin these duties that she alreadyholds a place in the affections of the peop;le of Victoria.,,,

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

. A .,S ran eAb.duction.. 1, Whilep oih' P1'iem;n@~,;i bft 'tdV , , 'I heard manyretpksablf:st*ries'of the'aili ty,i audacity,' aiid especially of the super. human strength of thleoiranig-outang, Lieut. Shoch,-ptf; ,the,,J) t a.tAJ ndia ,Amy, .was, on ama rch) wjithl.iI malTl d.tac!hment ,of troops and cdblics on tie southery? ,coast,pf Borneo ; hehad enc?m?dpou one.occasion, during. the nponda vha , c '"Ch'qanks of, one oflS' ail.ntr?bf Wres t- nar-4 massinjA'W tujn Lnt; bad",'tgo hihiq gi domestic -establism , wich include- hi&s daughtr W m . i t lifl girl of the!ge f-ithireenuiOl gcoc.ii &3 One day, while wandering in the jungle beyond the prescribed limits of the camp, and h "Yidi~ibht~h e oppressi.vb'hEt,'lobsied her garments an?l.-thrown thcm Qff alm9st to nudity, the 'dcatyo6f her per'oin excifd" the iitide'gf iunJbigr abjlogtaingyKhj spr'aig upon 4 er and caried, Terpf ..Herlcrcing qcreamn it'rag-ir te 'ore t th car of her~dozing :pQtotprs? and.,rQgPcd0yerqy ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Prince of Confidence Men Swindled by a Cowboy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

The Printe of Confidence Men S.. Swindled. by aCowbyb, . o ,I On the 27th day of August a man arrayed in store clothes, a slouch'hat, and blue specttcles, registered at a fashionable hotel on..Broadway asi, B Ashley,' of 'Abilene, Kan. The??trariger 'liad!'juist comýin~'liyr'the western'express from ,Chicago; onthieErie Road: IHis gaimentsawere the product of ,aready.made clothing store in Abilene, and they addei slig'htly to his geineral bucolic appearance.':??is .hatids:and'face were tanned; he. :walked with the parenthetical gait of one whose legs had been curved by, years spent ini the saidle,;' and his bearing was in tlier re f spects ihdicative of thewild:Western borderman. Mir. Ashley speedily developed, other tendencies of the prairie type.. He insisted oi ggoing out'for exercise on horseback- :'ery?:ino'rniingshortly after daybreak, "and'-upon-these'occasions he employed his, own rawhidebridle, and his well known Mexican sa'ddl t'which had formed a part of his luggage..' Hi...

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

A nyterrising V Very early the other morning, says the San Francisco Post, Mrs. Langtry was awak eneddfrom therifirst fortyiwinl]s Eby a noise of subdued sawyingthat eyldentlytproceedied from'tho'roof` of her palace car hom'e aid directly over her couch. The Jersey Lily was just on the point 9f1 summoning assist" ance tb repel'theauiulaciou bfiirglar, when a/ sq'uar secti6n of the roof was softly removed and the face of a stranger ornamented with a red nose an ingratiating smile, beamed down upon-herr---,.-, , °-"'"'" -"'- ` "',Do not be alarmed. Lily,' said ,the in , r der~rassuingiy. '.'Tis'on1y me.- t .;. A!Anud.who.are.you,-.sir.7Z-demanded-the indignant beauty, drawing up the embroid ered quilt, until only.the tip of her patrician nose wasvisible., 'Wh ~ "Botts-Bartholomew B. Botts"; ?f the Aurora Bordalis aidufacturiig Ocdmipi?ny -here's :.my card,-andn Mr. Botts dropped, a business card thirough th'e hole. "Your pig head'd siervant ?iulfd't'letine see, you,' and I wantedi a i...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Waste not, Want not. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

Waste not, Want not. By abstaining from theeus-of al!silent let. ters, you f-ekt a saving of 7ten pr ct. . ur salary is, sa,£160 pr yer.i 8,pr ct.of £160 is a snug .little sum 2 'save every yer.. 'in saving these £, ur notflbsing any plesur. It dos.u no good;,to ss silent letters. There is nb.joy in it 21 u. It does not cre8,a mor l1istfl,st8 of'mind in y uihart.oto spel belev ,vith' , e's arid then" find that'u hav got the middle. 1 off the wong side of.'the i. We 1der, then, that u 'cling 'to the `bsurd and wastful -----ed,'em. Turn yur, tenderPmind 2 the economic paths, and 60i ways,of re4im spelin, sayv 17 per cent of ur salary, and 4tuu8 das r in stor, u.

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

SAnotherOtuer. .Julian,Arnold says ithat his father, Edwin Arnold, wrdte "tih'e mosi of thc'. Lirrti of Asia" onithe'cuff of his s'hirt sldeve whilst riding in': the railway carriage to and from his office. .. , ,, . This cuff-writing business is a beautiful but rither , gauzey fiction, that exists 'in the high iimaginative' intelled?? yof yo?ng journalists of about three or four weeks' ox: perience.. ; t ..,, : :,, ^ Tav i, ! i' ,A cuff,is;an aawkward thing tb,.rite on at best, arid it is very seldom thata newvs1apr man is 'so reducedd iforstationery as to oe compiell?l to write poeind aiid l'aders bn his cuffs,: especially ,when* thei " conpern " fur nishes,plenty of paper.,:.,,; ., ,j?i,:' , Wihen you hear a man tllin how het ok down a three-cohinm speech, atidnght, in a{elting'"torm;ion his ciuff;'isk him if' hi didn't >'see ; to ,Write 'liis. notes ?by theluarid glare of his nose ?,..The one is, quite as.pro: bable as the other. No more of this "'cufif b .usiiiness.' . ' , ,...

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

The' Magistrates of tlie Scottish burghs a hnndred years ago were genierally hbut ill-ih. formed, although, respectable. men 'in their respective communities, and it sometimes hap pened;that persons of'a avery inferior station occupied the position. An amusing btoryin point is told regarding a remote ?Sotch burgh. An.Englishman approaching the place one day in a gig, the horse started at a,great heap of dry wood and. tee branches, which a very poor old man? was accumulating: The stranger immediately cilled'to the oldfello'w to clear the road, that.his horse might pass. The old man, aioitElikinig the eremptory man ner of the other, took no notice of him. "You 'old dog,'"tie st~irger exclaimed, ' I'll have you broiught before the provost, an'd put into prison for disregard of the larwof, the road," "Behanged wi', your provost,",' the wood cutter contemyptuousl replied:. " I am the provost mysel' " *"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The King and the Bicycle. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 November 1884

1 The King and the Bicycle. F Here' is an -amusing -account of a' ;visit of thd'Maori King to the Melbourne Exhibi. tion. King Tawhiao, with a giant stride and a blase, languid air stepped briskly past the wonders of European civilization as if he was anxious to get the show over- past the different courts, like Jack the Giant Killer in his'slieen-leagued boots-past his retinue and iiiterpreter-' long way past everyone but the doctor, who, trotting breathlessly in his rear, ,strove to keep on speaking terms with his majesty's coat-tails while he lucidly explained everything in an unknown tongue to' his uinwilling listenier. The King tra versed the entire building, and was coming back in the quickest exhibition time on re. cord. To try and stop. him was, allin vain, till he puilled' up :abruptly in the inain build ing' before the first object of ;interest:he had seen, in, his .travels. It was,a tricycle,;and the" king,, with a fascinated gaze, gloated over it, and evideltly tliought ...

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

DRYSDALE NOTES. BY YOKEL.   On Thursday we had one of the heavi est thunder and hail storms I have ever seen. The footpaths were white, while a regular stream ran down the streets and creeks, which a few hours before were al most dry. Our cricketers have been 'out of it' in the two matches they have played this season but are not discouraged. Next Saturday 8th inst, they play St. Paul's Union. (from Geelong) at Drysdale.   Some person or person have been try ing their 'prentice hands at horseclipping at Bellarine, beginning at the animal's tail and ending at the same place. Not   having presented their little account, I hear that a gentleman offers a good re ward; in return for which he hopes to make their acquaintance. A picnic in connection with the Wes leyan Sunday school here, takes place at Lake Lorne next Monday the 10th inst. The action of the Salvation Army here in 'chucking out' anyone who does not   altogether fall in wit...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Tale of Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

: - .m,:: W-Tale of Teeth.'.,.- ' Jiinks andi li. i ad longbeen fried, ",but though' thei'iad veiy few' secr friom? :eac otliher tlihere was oneoiybn, and that a' littl?'6owe--hiiidh'Jink k detli ed up :i'efully in thile inmost ress of his breasI . Jiksi'l d'falIseteetif "''th pearly iviory whi'ci liad"~as ienad many. fair ones were.iikkss deritil' hiititle to "them .was 'acqired' ` li sur e ath 'came frtm. ifie'dent t'io"noror' tbii ddhe;in "wealtl oFinl' s u'if ' s.i' ie seeretoffiis 'eodn'ceked it evensf frxenm boou i en4d' rBitilkMidtre. hanIgs . a iis b'ief '' Ssan etd offon a o '1g iherd " ti' ti ame .rnooom 'mgolas. 'iotince his l?re ethlbylg odiddnot sleep nitheet wisheadr e a nve ersta'id tis i thicsdom i egoplae Swho, idint kgr their' .mol',rs, usei o plCh t troleith thclea s.water hd'o p. iliy.ht last tim nraYin', :7hisaas' h " s m.hg next: orning: his have remained until this dayin; ignorance;;' bit one. night, after .a, parouse, ,iinks :was t'rubiled ,6th' ~thirst,' and...

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