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"Gus's" Legacy: an Actor's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

>z 'iGus's"' 'Legacy: Tan Actor's' "Didn.I ow;'Gus',? rI shpould rather, say ,did, Peace .o hs,;mempry, Though he hiadst'he.hd, ofansass, he hapdhe .eart ,of;liio n1 ovas aoeof; the simplest, oblebet nogenerous large hearted, .fello that veth e 1ived. Helnever.t hadan, enemy inthe iorld, exept himself ,Through, frequent acting. with hnsim putracquaintance ripenedr nto itiiniate. friendship. When I first met ghimbh va's im,the prime pJ man, hood above; the middle height (I should, think about fivefeettenl.;,,hisfeatures:were, more expressjv, than beautiful; his. figire,; robu~try .ymmeterial, was. ca crqs twixt Apo; ag;,his liinbs superbly, fbrdme;:iair h ir eyes, a squarebrow a~ massive' hed,'eil oaIlaced"on a Imagnifi ,cent neck and shoulders, completed the pic ,, It was sai. tlj?.a his youth his voice was suingularl' melodious; when I kne;] himlit, retaipegpU,tcho otpopwekz.but uexcept"in the lower notes;little of its melody. ;, :, THE: 1 MOST REV, P. F. M ORAN,. ... _ His.acti...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION THE MOST REV. P. F. MORAN. ROMAN CATHOLIC ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

OUR ILILUSTRATIOJNL " THE MOST REV. P :*IORAi TiThe suject .of .our illustration; the Most,, Rey. Patiick Francis .Moran, Rotman Catholicl: Arc1ibishoh p of Sydney,,,who was boric in Leighlinbridge, Cpounty Carlow, Ireland, was educated: .or the.,priesthood .at;,the .;Irishi .Colegeof-.St. Agathaiini; Rome. ., During a. portion 9f his .stxteen years': residenee in the : Holy City, he fiiled the position oflHebrew. prafessor:in.the College of .tthergPopaganda, and ?yas" ,also :vice-president.,of l?the qIrish College., Dr. Moran ,who! is:a most accom-; plishefr, linguist, an (. scholar, .must:!prove at most valuable addition to theiranks of. Aus,f tralian theologians and literati. . :Dr.' Moran,: prior to his efeyatipn to the bishopricwans.ai frequent adivalued eontributor.toitheIrish.i EcclesaurticalRecord and the DidulinzReview.s He is also,.theiauthorio fh Life of : St. Martyr," "AjHistory of,.the iIrish Church from theRefdrnration to; the'year 1800," and other' notable works of an...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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She Swore. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

e (ina~tlic ens om house last wee : with timid .steps. ,Lt was, evident 4tat she1phad. never een.;there before,, , an.she ;seemed utterlyi ?di?ered Shie was dirqcte.Lhere. she c&oniil.. . her business aincd it, iappened, to lie 6'Fin' ture that requue.h er tomake, an aif.diait l5bfore.?sl could cl'aieroods. "You'lllhave to swear to thlis, madam.'! said theeutoms officer.- - ?,4 ,,,, , q , Her pious eountenance , *ecame veiy thoughtful ,,ad trouibled it lti aiinnounce-; ment. "She h'said nothing, but anxiously,. watched the officer make out her papers. This done, he said " Do you swear to this, madam 1" The old lady had, clerly made up her mind to go through theo ordeal; so, with a sweet but hesitating a gybice; ,he replied, " The lord forgive me ; d- n it !" The ofticeriiS kumiinbfoundhd by thistreply, but a glance at the lady assured him of her sincerity. She had mistaken "swearing" for profanity, and had actually believed that it was necessary to utter a big big D in order...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Important to Anglers. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

:Importaritto An?iglers. A well-known city carplet, dc.cr ,`eit dowinf6 thb coist fishinglt 'thlic'ohr day, But luck wasbhild, amiL when cviicnfgaarnyclnis basket was still empty.. To max?? ?ed?llinjs hmore aggrava hii'i ' \itiicidzl " 1I cli;, .vhose sailboat was close l, T"had been, haul ingitp':fish iafter' fish,;aliiparcitly itlh" th' greatest case:;: Oir friendrl id'n t likd'ti go home with nothing 'iat all to ,sh lhifor the day'si sport': (l); anld yet' to' jiiirch'.b??orimi the 'luckiir s:iniglei, a a'bskeHtil 6f'ofish niil palm thulndi 6ff as his owii'ciatdh as ?s iii e• pelient i'n'ot'' il*onistent' with '"tlihC high' :taindard of morality prevailiiig iri'tlit ;ca pet trade. But after some cogitation a way was foundfor gettill tut of thisldifiu(lty. Approaohitig wvithrii a few feet" borthle" OId fisherman, the carpet mani made a bargain with, him fO1z a gi'}gfil,; bgpt with ,tl(d am dersfaldiong that each fish must be thrown fto him and he would endeavor to catch it. As he ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

NEWS AND NOTES. +The Bishop of Melbourne will visit Queens" cliff oibe iondy au-d the rite of confirmatioii ,will lbe radministered,toT abdlut 24 candidates ill St dGeorge's Church at 7.30: p.m!, and the: Bishop,will give an addiess.. , Ha will leave ,on Tue.sd?y:for. Portarlington.biit from the high value in which he is held an. attempt ihiuldlie made, especially by the menbers of the AnglicanC hurch to ask himto come next' year for a more general purpose. It is hoped the hint will be taken. r : The: heart'.of tf inumber of girls began to palpitate and:'agitate' them'very much when the new' policeman' arrived on the Cliff. The attention of ourreaders is called to.the adverttisemente -of Mr- Tuennies, of the Port, 'which appears elsewhere. Hie has stock of thebeit boots and sioes always ou hand. IThe, Rev. John Gardner has been in Mel bourne ;during the week attending to his, ddui's in connection witn the Presbyterian. Askembly. On Sunday night last St. Andrew's pulpit was occupied,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Barberous Joke. (Scene—Commercial room in hotel in the north; dinner time.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

A Barberous Joke. ,(Scee -Commerqial room in hotel in the i north'; dinner time.). ,. The chairman is darvinlg:: a hareandi isn't' making imuch progress. Every fewBseconds' lie mops his forehead with a highly perfumed liandkerchief. Elderly Cominercial (sniffngand hiungry) : Excuse me,' sir, ydu seem to; bd a very nice plerfumer, but -I am afraid you're not much of a Nire-cutter!,, (Chairman gives it up.) ,t- .· . . . . .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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My Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Mly Garden. ,I always enjoy a v!egetable:;garden, and through the winter I look ,forward to the spring days when 1 will, taki my. pipe a41d hoe and' go joyou'sly afield. I like:to toy' with the moist earth and commion cbilajd of thePol :ka-day wvorld /It'i aplaelsure alf i to .irrigat the garden, watering the saur.I kraut plant and'theAtiinid: toimato.'iine, as though they were. children. askingfJor, a drink. I am never happier than when irri gating my garden or clubbing my neighbour with a hoe when he shuts off my water silpply by sticking an old pair of pantaloons in the gutter that leads into my potato con servatory. ;One day a.pnan.shut,off my irrigation that, way and dammed the water to subh a egree that I shut off his air supply, and I was about to say dammed him up also. We had quite a'scuffle. Up to that time we had never ex changed a •harslioVdi . 'Th'al mohiin/g I noticed that my, early rising horseradish and, my dwarf army worms were looking a little atu revoir, andI lwon...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Queenscliff Sports Club. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Queensclif Sports Club. The Basaar, and Art Union in connection with: the. Qeenacliff- -Sports- Club is making fair progress and promises to be a great success. ' 'The Basaar is being worked by the ladies of the town, .while the committee of the club` aie sparing no pains to (secure gifts of every description for prizes to bi given in connec tion with the Art Union. ,As thee are i00 prises to be given for thisi a great many more. than have been received must necessarily be' obtained,'and the commit eb hope that the required number will lie f?ithcoming before' the time appointed for drairing. The secre tary begs to acknowledge receipt of the fol. lowing articles, in addition to the.four first, prizes which will be the gifts of the club--. A. L1is au-Aviary, value ...£3 0 0 W. Ward-Load of Wood . ...0 15 0' Hutchinson and Co., Melb--Cruet 1 1' 0 Dynon and Son - Pair Jardinieres 0' 10" 6i A. Hodge,--Tales of the Borders 3 0 0 M'Mullen, Geelong--Box oftea ... 1 0 0 Scott, Davison, and C...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Atheism. (Scene—Church. Two old ladies having an after-sermon crack.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

Atheismi. : i. (Scenie-C~urch,ih. T\: old ladies having an a - fter-senrmon crack.) 1.: t Old Lady.-I, was hearing, the mcence ster, an he distiu believe in a personal Ideevil, theysny. .2nd.Old Jady--Whaliit I ae deevil ! that'll :no, dac. Whit does he say aboot-eh--aboot his hoose? " , :1st Old L',idy~ on u mean aboot-abqot thingumy? . ,2nd Old Lady -Yes. yes; exactly abboot-- whit ye ca't.. Yles, yes, just that-whaur he leeves, ye ken.. . . , 1-, lstiOld La'iy-0h ! he alloos it hais .ae 1foondation niaither. 2nd Old Lady'--Puir crater' 'It is to'b1, hopit M'Eachran wasna thar.'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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No Coffin. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

No Ooffin. About 1866 or 1867-Mt-Paul de- Cassagnac was insulted by a young writer for the press who sought a pretext for a duel.?I . de Cassagnac fell in with his wishes and an fdnecounter ws,. agreed, upon, .,Thp ,witlesses selected the ' oan of Croissy. x.d. s op ponent was the first?-to arrive: l/Soon after, while standing on the edge of the water, he saw his antagonist get into a boat with his seconds. But behind-the-latter there ap :eared a servantman carrying a huge parcel. Tlie young journalist was puzzled, and turned pale. M. de .C: la????:dttie mysterious ia~rccl was b*rought on shpre after him., \\W'hen?.linr~ tfldy 'f6r ith fig,~ht, colitrd'f, swords unsheathed, trousers turned up over S?he ankles, M. de C. turned round to his seconds and his doctbfriihaizinquired care lessly : " Doctor, you have ordered the mat tresses for?the, corpse' to bV1lardi aa?eodn - vepient place?" At this the opponent dropped his sword. It waspickcd up and offered to him, but herefuised and at ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

'Sir-Your article in Itht- issue: re bathing dresses and trunks is quite to the purpose; and will I trust have a good effect in checking un. necessary, exposure. But however laudable this may be it is not desirable,ou the other h.and, encourage excessive prudery, as it only leads to slynes+' iid hj;pocrisy, which are equally to be depreciated. You must know. Mr Editor, that the aim of nindern'sclionls is to educate -the .yuuth of both sexes to the calm contemplation of the human form for the purposes of art, health, and culture. Wit. ness our schools of art, our anatomical and physiological museums as exhibitions for the sele t classes, and our public gardens and pic turd galleries open to all.. In the gardens the male.form may be seen in a nude state in all attitudes, in cold ston'it is true, but only protected by the historical fig le sf, while thu featle form.is only shaded by slight drapery *Ri more.-graceful pose of the limbs. Our ,ire galleries, too, contain some suggestive 's...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Russian Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

The followlmg ircuimstance was relatea y ajRussiag igentleman; who was at Sk Petersburg a ithe'ti?me it occurred. There , asfall travellersaate,e alarge an?d circuitous market at St.Petersburg, where every sort of merchandise i"- exhibited from the showy handkerchiefs so greatly in favour with the peasantry, toftthie frooin animals that stand in a row as lIrgeias,life. and look life-like at a distance, and which serve as winter provision for the inhabitants ;of that cold climate:. ,This marke),/itsems, is 'an amusng lounge, and idlers, repair itheras well as buyers. Among those who had booths in the mar ket was a young woman who sold linen *drapery;? ,- ?'Imger wares were several very showy, and consequently attraec tive handkerchiefs; but sheiperceived se'veral' ,timesthat-her.-accounts did-'not-tally-with' the number of handkerchiefs in which she was deficient, diind at list iih menitioned it to he0ipposite.neighlbour in thastreet ofIthe, booths-a. brave and: honest countryman; _ ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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It Smoked. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

It Smoked. A French prince once-sentan aide-de-camp to:a painter remarkable for his love of jokes and his idleness, commanding,.hs presence. T~ie officer went and brou~itthc iartist wvithi hin. A pictur'd woi s given himf 'to CO y, and he toli;tla\iayfwithi Jim. It was a paint ing of a house. In a few days the officer went to the painter to see what progress he Sad made, and, having"returned, acquainted the prince that all was done but one chim ney, on which the painter was then employed. Some days passed and the picture was not returned: a .The iprin?eesolve1dCtlgo ,him' self. He did so, and fo.und:the painter still /at'the unfinished chimney. " Why, how is this?" said he, "all this time employed at one chimney ?" "I have been obliged to do and undo it several-tiicis." " For what reason ?" said the prince. "I found," re joined the artist, "that it smoked." The prince laugh d hjartilyand itookhis leave, .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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He Remembered. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

'5**** ilGAJj' *J jJ 'A.!40h He Remembered. ,?;;,: A: man never feels more lonesome and for gotten anywhere on the face of this big earth than in the land of his boyhopd, after:an ab.. sence of fiftecn. or'.twenty,ypars.,:.He goesr back with a sort of half belief.that hewill, 'find 'everything just about as.he leftii, and is startled to see the liitleIed-healdei girL e was woutoTtohelp ahthih i L-pie'-akit e niother of a,growi'g family,(aiid'lthV,,;ol'ry Itre of hi sh .Ildlio'i. bppy ho urq fulliof ther sons of the boys he-nse` to playiwi?l. SAbout a yekr:agorllwint over'toth6'liappy land of my boyhood,- where I was wont to chase the bright hours awayhunting the amusing grasshoppperlim his iativelTaihi I hiad ,been'away fromr he. locality about eighteen. years) anad if was'half a day s work 1'o fin' a person Ijol45 cllb i me. nit seem'edto' me.that evpeykgodyJE kpciw when.L.was a b9yc and livedihere .a'ddie dr miove~n'awy. k *i Near the oldAho ?ei hiahI wasa'liap bFo, wit v ' greatl...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mrs. Sparkler's Diamonds. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

jMr.,SpaiklQi;.1tiuck- oilM;" iHP9'trudk'itl in vast quantities, and of moit 'excellent! qnuality.:j, He.fi amiassida fortun'eii'*arvery, short -timei':JWith: his inilliiii safely in'' vested, he purchased a big' houi-i'n" Ri1 city,?and struck out hirf a'verybbfg w. ei " -But;, beit, ndtadrtoodd'this g Riid trikii i out in, the 'soci.al woHdwas not the!failt f 6 SparklerJiNQ4,it'fi-as *"Mrs ,'Spihr'kileih' originated the plan, andlsh'd6it wPaOffl8ws' urged it on to consummation; -She selected the igbhouse, and she selected theJt.stun ning furniture." 'S'tunning" was the wordj she used at the ou4 et ; ibut she learned to call it "recherdihe4" ,i ncoseg of time. Mrs.. Sparler was a woýan oiAubstan til' presence, lieavi-eAbyitnanpy ,pounds than: w :heh and,,ont'hehady1ido of.forty nfne6 ;and. though s, culd pot loQxretinedy: sh 9vwas9yetV far, fom ill lookingg.jbieyean. vuilgar;'.S hewasga gode!4ea;tedQ ireJaturel;! and Hiad she spent ithe evaeinglqfihe.ljife on the farm,- she ii?d jha...

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The Swimmer. AN INCIDENT OF THE SIEGE OF DERRY, 1689. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

" T ThdSwfmimei r, INCIENT O THE SIEGE o DIRnY S 1689. v hen neral irkeo vaoe iti a out ndig rlief the sorely pres!i:garrison of Derry, in June, 1689, he wished to dis patch a letter to the governor of the town, to inform him of the auccouij about to be dist pit'cied, aind advsing 'lh-to jhold outsyet longer. fHe'7ofered; thfeth6ahd gdieas to any soldier who was willing to become his .messenger to the besieged town; -butnrno vol.unteer offer'ed $ te ieri l otfteIterprnse oovercame the temptati n'of tlfe'great rewardi At length Colonel James Roch offered to execute the feat himself, distinctly disclaim. .ingtheidea of-.pecunary-recompeM nse--"'*It ivoild,"' he, said, "be.reward enoughif he, cold ?ser.veor save his fellovlcoilnttymenn. ' Kir?ie heard him,,gr~ guly...,,HisJeltter,. written~to the heroic George Walker, was folded in a piece of bladder to preserve it .from.thi'vwate ld to tiif packt 'few leaden'iullets weraattache?Y?o sink ,itthe ,bearer were in'anger of lbeing 'made a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

3r Q uik· Despah; Iahd's fot ora't i R:u dj k,., D pa, 6 IK~' { ; Larg M rtisees Out _ _ __ __a a1V ,t W. ar m<i0 ,i , *ied,;. , , go"^;;^ r ' ^ **i£ ?'(.'9S^ ''* -»i« lytf _ '^ s^ ^ '._^t g '* . - -- . .. - . - ''.' -. * *- -" * - ._* - - --"-- '- -**'^ ; '""-_'.'f !.*.;.'_ * . . . ., »- ^(.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

V. R. SCHOOL DISTRICT T t; 1 THE BOROUGH k) OF QUEENSCULI F, No. 40. It is hereby notified bat fMr ROBERT JORDAN has bec:t duly electe.l Member of the Board of. Advs:e fur i e School District of Queuuscliff, . CItAS.oC. 81I31 PSON, .I.., 1. eturning ulicer. 11th November, 1884. Tender i. B OOUGH- '` O1P QUEENSCLIFF TENDERS will l]e rect led at the office of the ouincil tip to Tcn o'cl ock .m., on.Tues day thei 18th nst., for:pur chase of fire rood lyiing in the P'ublic Gard :I s, :at per ton. Also, fur Purchaise o! 'about 4 tonts of Wattle Bark. The highest or ally teu. er not necessarily accepted. By order, S:: JORDAN. 1 11] 84. Toii Clerk. annfa.1 s1. B OROUH OF' QUEENSLIFJF. NOTICE TO CARTEItS AND OTHERS. .-I ALL PERSONS found lepositing -Ribbish on any part of the Street or Reserves of the Borough, without permis ioni, will be prose cuted. The presentappointaid spot is at the WEST END OF KING STREE T i the place indi cated by notice. By oid; r, . R,. ;JORDAN, .. lth November, 18...

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A Skilful Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

A Skilful Surgidal Operation. The Americau Ambassador at Vienna, Mr Kasson, has lately forwarded to his Govern meritan interesting account of aremarkable surgical ope tiojlately performed by Pro fessor Billrth,b of Vienna, which, wonderful to tell, bondfite?tin the removal of a portion of the.) tit?h 1 tomac?,.ittolving nearly one third if the organ-and, sttange to say, the patient recovered-the only Saccessful ope. ration of the kind ever perforaied. 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" seni tion; a sticky slime collects about the teethi, ~ ly in the morning, accompa. nied b#? nipleasant taste. Food fails to satisfvb~'t :.uliar faint sensation; but, on the cb rW , it appears ,to aggravate the feeling. "The eyes are sunken, tinged with yellow; the hands an...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 15 November 1884

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1; 1884. THE Public Library Committee aire still going. all round the square. The ad journed special meeting,, on Tuesday night was characterised throughout - by unusual liveliness, anti the reverend chairman beat a hasty retreat from the scenle, declariing the meeting broke·1i p-. Sit'was all in pieces long before he said it. The piroceedings coimnenlred shortly., a 8ft 8 o'clock. Present-lRi v." H. J. Wilkinson (in the chair), Baillieu; Bridges. Cuzens. NJodge, Jordan (secre tarry), Sheehan, Twomn y. Thie secretarv r.ad from tile GUoerinmllent Gazette the notice eof the appoinltment of Messrs Stonemnan and Similpson as trusteei. Then came the special I'usine.s of the meeting, to colsilder applications in answer to the following advertisement which appeared in, the Sentinel of 25th October- " QeensOliff ,Mechaiics'ý .Institute and 'Public Library.-Applications .will :be re ceive'l ujItto 4 p.m. on 3rd proximo for the position of. Librarian. Pa~rticulars can be oi...

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