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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

ii; -".-s' P:/lL· .,... .. l now- ouhand- a-larg ssoritment TEAf DINNER, DESSERT ?AND TOILET, SERVICES, Of thenewest designs, and at verylow prices; Sole agent for the New Wheeler an Ni lsen , ; , viiigTachilines OCutlecry, Table Napkins and every requisite . , ?, - .... , d for parties oin hir. -, . j. mot. ý.ý~ i R1s E. lWlfLLS, senior, beks to ianh : L.L .'nouncc that she; has ;E-OPENEDo THE. SHOP .Atthe Cornerof S, HESSE :AND STOKE STREET. An entirely =fresh supply of Goods o handa; and asvthe stack his lbeen purchsed Sw'ill give custo' me;ifrs , very·satisf;ction;i I .'iliamianidbcn, butter and, eg :'gs ,,:«: ~egelables fresh froni the garden TToacsb aniiibigars of the best brands "Residents and 'Vikit s')'i r Do not.forgettlieaddress. ,. ' Sornerof HESSEAND STOKEN STREET. ,, ..fti ;I t . f .,'ei . aR a Yt t * A N ' "S , Draper, Outfitter, ,. ndFamily,Grocer,l.: ,:::: i ?: _: • i'.Wiie 'aia Spirtt'Mercnan?.-: - ?. No.. S r H E 'S'S S.T ' E .T, "" a Queenscliff. r( Chliins; Glas...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Old Bagshaw's Heir [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Old Bagshaw's Heir ; Ward and Bagshaw; of Little Gutter lane,- Upper Thames-street, where always considered a lucky,firm from the time they first went into business in the sausage trade with a borrowed capital of eighteen pounds. It would be difficult to say which of these two men was the keener hand at turn. ing a penny, honestly or otherwise. `Ward, perhaps, was the most speculative genius, but Bagshaw was the most unscrupulous. In the sausage trade there is room for more genius than people generally suppose, and the varied composition of this succulent article also offers a considerable field to the trader. who,is not burdened with a too tender conscience. Ward and Bagshaw had only been'in partnership a very few months, when the. tiny sausage .shop -in - Gray's-inn road blossomed out into a pork department proper. :, , ' ' ' i When I say a pork department proper,, I do not mean to insinuate'that the pork which went into -the sausage.department' of S'the establishment was not equa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

CRICKET. The local team joitircys to'Geclong to-.day;:. totry coicluisions with the Geelong on tne Corio Cricket Gr )und.' The gimte. wh?ich 'is,. to start: at 2 o'clock, ougot to pi'ove a very in'eresting one, as both are regarded aS very a rong ictams. The .Geelong will, howiever, tiaveto seid a very strong tnai'n io the: ritl if they'wish to lower the colours of theCliflites.. Tlih'following, who arc: to.represeut the Uliaf,;. arerequested to meet at the lthibvay Station not; later than 11.A5 a.-i--F-:biiing, lHaynes. (vice-capt), Liddell, iillcr MIoirison,. 'riddle.. F. Stephen, W. , Stepen, Wellsr A' Williins. , (cipt), n.' Williams. SThe following is a list of matcelics.to be!,c played'during the saason by the Quene nsclift Oricket Club: Nov,22nd--Corio, at Geelong. ])ec 6th-Newtown, at Queenseliff.. ,. 1885-Jan. lst-Clio, at Queeffn ..: ?., :, Jan:. 10th-Newtowin. at Geeloug". Jan. 31st-St Piauls Unioin'ht Qtcciinslif :

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

S.TotheEditor. ir- Wil you kindly permit me to ex press my recognition of thepublicspirited stand madbby the conservative members of .ouri local:' Library aind Mechaiic's Institute T-he Iclasical repose which mnrked VYeie de Vere and is also charac teristic of our local institution is not, I am pleased to see, to.be disturbed by the' feverish desire . for advancenieht ' mani fested ,by ~some of iou m6re inexperienced tiw'smcn.l 1 'trist. that our champions who rdpresent the conservative feelings on: our ,local-Library will 'stand ' firm, and that they will not permit the Institilte to be applied to -I any other purpose than it 'at presentfiUls, A B.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Gipsy's Prophecy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

The psy s Prophecy. It was evening; ind the many lights from, the officers' qurters of antAustrian brigade' shone/brightly?Some of 'the officers were busy in the mysteries of card playing, some, rcadiig tile jouri ls of the 'lay, others em-.. ploying their idle moments in writing to theiIlove4 ones at home? Apart fom thlise ther sate, beside a small tabl1 sucli asr wereiusedlin camp, an aged' officer.? This veti rani, was' Major IVon Munlrnitz, who was fond of relatinev.stances, of his military experienee wlite serving Austia,.- uSVl ,tlpLW$Li poni ns ,particular evening, he was sur ,'roonded by an atteiltivet adiefiee, who were ;intently .liteningi tohim as he related the ..f011Ioingcadvetitrehtuc l ad met with whilst _fighting against the Tu`rks.: b ?` " It was :getting late in the spring of our - campaign, ,nid oui triioublee with the Turks :`,ere far from being at a;closei when I set out for Miclasvar, in Transylvaniga, to con duct aiiinumber'bf'recriiits .to "iiffregiment,' .wh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Marcus Hill Church. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

S Marcus Hill 'Churchio Evely exertion is being made to have the' abboe'ready;-for the'oeiiiiingserwices on Sunday next. In the mornirig tlie Rev. Canori Chlias will officiate, and . in thie ?fternon, iat 38, the Rev. John Gardner;,?' The residents are taking great; interest in' the above and a tea meeting inaid of the funds is:to be held on anl early ?idAte.: ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

SAny description of IGeneraI Printing executed i Firet-cIass tyle i wib Quick Des atch and fo'Moderate Pi a Ofe rR9this; New spaper Sewe g e t ery effort is made to ate atommSpeial Indncement for arge advertisements, an d

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Creed of the Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Creed. of the Bells. .;2 SI 1 (BL G91EORGE, W. BUKGAY.), ". HIow sweet?the chime of Sabb:ith' beltsi; Each obueits creeds in intinaic tellsi'i In tones that fl tat upon tne air As soft as song, as pure as prayer; And I will put in simple rhyme The language of the golden chime. My happy heart with rapture swells, Responsive to the bells-sweet bells. 'In deeds of love, excel, excel,' huchied out,from ivied towers a lxell; ' Thi- is thechurh not built on sands; lu;,lemu o.onie, not built with hands; Its forms atid ?acred rights revere Com; e.worshii~ here, come worship here; '; In' ritual hnd faith excel, excel," (hinmed dit the Episcopilian bell. ' Oh, heed the ancient landmarks well!' In solemn tonesexclaimcd a helll; ' No progress made by mortal man C.In change the just eternal plan. With God there con be nothing new- Ignore the false, embrace the .true, While all i. well is well, is well, is well,' 'Pealed llout the good old Dutch church, "Yelpinrifying waters swell," l.f-Ii~itiell...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

...NEW S AND,-NOT.ESi--: ,' f j.jEcrjc'.s OliurchLa' ,vcraStowdiy olniMrn.* day, t i hear Bish.p Moorhouse, who' visited. . tee(,liff to cofirm aLnimilr of youthfh fl meinbers of the church. He was assisted a thc.i'vic bv;tlierinjuifienth:gad theC Rev. afrBilshnpof Dr'f'sdle. In his'-*lilress the ,yagiqp inray~owerfulannieridescribettl.tl a vistrof Nicdcremlnsto our Lord, and for over ' ianhtnur hilorhipstic li rpHffaTifnt of bpth, yoipg_,.nd old,jaerei% lies the powe?'o6fhik lord$ hi)s deivery, if'is under stboixby. those of 'all ! i~gs; Thi'ere iere 12 igirlsand 10 boys confirmed.; :ii' : - : ; i ilx:?consiquence odfthe niumber of accidents; .on the Cliff latly,; w6/ cill:ilihe'attertion of the providbnt.t tt e lie'f;it tliatornpayiinrit:of a small annual; fee, perions 'can secure that which'will keep them from want by ar "ci , dent: of flood and ;field:- Mr Jordain isthei, local represenitativ.e f the Acciden tiSociety. : monie few good things were sad at. the re cent Church ICon...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &q. SUMMER PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Most fruit re are generally benefitled by summer pruninhg. Du ring?ur long Calitornian summers the branches (oftees'groý so; long that the tree soon gets fs. o hape;even with the most careful winte~ pr ining :.,Espeiallis this .the case withyoifing trees whci' hae not com menced bearing. Not only-is it.an advantag. in, keepinga htreeipi oodilshaple ;iiiit'tl6o ii, duces early ,fruitfulness. ? The long straggling "limbs si ouldbe'cut baek' just as.close'astbhey, should be' ii flie wiiiter; then fruit bnds°ill "et and vi orousgnewdiabsjwill form immediately, bringil'i the tr? intob'i;a ompgi form ,lih is very desireor our leng suuny. isinmmbrs 1 k Eglahnd, where the sun shiines only occasionally, trees are very properly pruned so as to lot the, sun throngh the whlole treeanid.the best fruitia that i?hich is.most exposed-to sunshine, but;ini Californis: thd fioit fs 'dlwy'. la'ger adnd' inore .luscious when partially shadeil ;!therefore our ob ject should be to grow trees in such form ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

The other evenihng typical Lubin, whlt to th' oldera at Frankfoit for thle first' time in his life, and took his$s plac in the stalls. Now.all the seats' in 'tlie ncw opera house are fitted with springs, which cause them to rise up quite noiselessly the moment the oc cupant rises. All unconscious of, this in genious arrangemeiit, Lubin got up out of his stall when the curtaii' fell' ~in the first act, and commenced to survey the house. As .the curtain rose once more the innocent rustic, in' aittd· pting, to , resume his seat,. found himself on the floor, 'to the, intense' ,delight of thel audieinde Picking himself up in a furious 'rage;, he instantly 'struck the occupant of the seat immediately, behind him, accusing'i the :geitlemian of hi?ving dragged his stall away from ,him. An un seemly quarrel would no doiubt have ensued but for the friendly interference of aliother gentleman, who soon explained .matpers to the s'atisfactioni of the bewildeed' and ex :asperatcd countryman. So p...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

India is often pronounced hinder-yer. Although oysters1 Iare cool, even they are liable to get into a stew. '.11 / Theie is a'vastdifferdn?cbetiween being constant:iiloveaiid constantly in love. Dying,in poverty .is of little.importa~ce; the hying in l6overtjris what 'comes hard on a fellow. . Why is Patti like an earthqnl ? Because she "brinigs down the house" with her shakes.,. , .. . , At a small town up;country they thought Sunday teaching so' good that they adver ,tised& ,Sunday schol-twice·a.'welW *'" The man who invented the gas-metre has achieveldthe, nearest.approach to perpetual motion that we will ever see. ~, ý "-tlift"iiCtfle's.-- rlVillthese razors cut 1" .The; dealer, stripping downi his shiit collar and. exhibiting a splendid gash: :" Theire see for yourself." . .- ? ' Beginning in Time..-" Why, Lena, what a splendid color your cheeks are I Did you get -it' from' playing lawn-ennis? "No, colonel, I got it from nmamma's dressing table." .' ' , . f "' ',; . 2" ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CATAPILLARS ON VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

OCITAlSILL?iRS'ON VINES. JOn the vines of a portioniof the La Rue vineyard at Davisvillei~arefound:quite a ladrge number of cater illdtsatiri?' the: foica e ) They apparently prefe ?r folia kefthe' young vines, 'ortlhose on the tips of the canes of the large vines. Although perhaps they have been prese1t insome vineyards in previous year~, theyhave: inot been so destructive as to, attract attention.. Descri?trion: Wlien full grown, length about; one and: ', ijuiarteirinhed;'-olor,dor`sa sl tripe, ash-gray .with a idark dorsal line; - stigmatal or line along the side yellow; sub-dorsal or :line between the dorsal and stigmatal lines white. The space? between the sub-dorsal and' stigmatal line is brown, crinkled with' yellow ; below the stigniata is a flesh-colored4 i?ad reaching to the, ;base of tlio'le~ s; the ?iatfial parts and 'prolegs are greenish yellow.: The' striles are similar to those of the army worm, only they differ in color;? and the black spots on the legs are absent ' ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Something Like a Burglary. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

, Something,:,Like a Burglary. i! The robbers of India at one time carried their art to such perfectioni that i~ soi mie places it used to be absolutely necessary, and that not so very long agb, to-pay theni black mail to escape their depredations.. Iii Boni bay; during the hot weather, the wealthier Europeans live on the esplanade near the .seashore-.in-tents-or-temporary.bungalowsi and it used actually to be quite.a common occurrence for a family to hire'a well-known. thief to act as watchman over their property. In the MadrasPresidency, some twenty;years since, an, officer; on the :march. chanced to halt at a certain.place. : The chief of the thieves waited, on him and told iiii it was a very bad place, thlere were so many rogues in it';' would the sahib allow them,toqdo watchman ? O£course, for Sa consideration being understood. o'o, said .the officer, he would post his isentries as usuali:and cif any: thief' approached their tents the thief would find himself, the worse for it....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mistaken Identity. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

`i It sni on aiot*da 'the beginnig of 'August that I l 1 ilystroll? into hospital, wondering' wht ishould do i wiih myself during the loing vacation, when, i s iL'was Snrningiiito the " Out Patient!RoomI met Harry Markham, who was a'very old friend of mine. "Why, .Danvers," he said, " you're just the fellowv I wiantedto see.'J , " 'Wliy, what's up,?" I asked. " Well, I promised a friend of mine, in Liverpool, I would go and take charge of his practiedurii the loig fv atioAn 'Aid ida affair eaas turned upat home a.iatdlcan t' go.' Now, can you go instead ?" " Well, I don't know," I answered; " when must I start ?" Well. tom.orrowv morning if you could rmanage t." ,.t. 'i ' VeryAwellthan, I'll go. -And-so it was settled'thatI obaldta-k-e" the place of Markam, and act as lonum tenens for a Dr. Hill,,ofLiverpool. But-it was lg settled that I Bouild take somebody else ýptace. Dr. Hill~nastelegraphedto?t tell him of the change, to which he was perfectly agreeable. 1'The .next! morning I s...

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Why She Waited. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

IPassing dooitin 'treii'ay! l week,; we observed a.lad staiiding'iilon??de the, centre f :the pathway;icwitli noL obvious buiiiess'sthr, b withe apParently;iorfin. calm, iand se eate ifi n td lo in some serenie hilosophical dhitatitni i'If closer ;.cxminatibn,,J however; revaled: a? peculiar restlessness. of{ attitude , and; +a barely noticeable uneasiness of expressiu,. The convictiori caine pion me thatP? ? lady was inmdistress, raid; aisdelicate??j os??ile I inquired of iher :if achnwasanot tther cae; intimating at theisame t tinee tha;,Ioshduld* esteem it a great. favor to bepermitted ,to. help her. "The lady smiled bi andly and re. plied nthat :she: was niderely r.ýaiting "fo' a gentleman. ., It was pretty evident th'ati TI'i' not required,, ,and ,ýith a stammeiredapol byi I hastened away, passed clear around the block, came inup'behiiid her, and took a p6sitiou in a doorwa'y;' itqlacked arfnhor t` dinrier-time ,and n Ir hadllhisinre€ T" li, .idy maintaind, her.attitudel.but?wv...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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What we Knew of Him. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

S hat we Knew of Him.:. Many years ago, the Duke of Montague was one. night ptopped ,by., ' highwayman(at Fincihle, and robbed of all he had about him. Among tle spboil'wa w an'old family watch, which he, ,muchiprized. €,Te Ientreatea the plunderer' to' ireturi' it to him, pleading the great value he set upon it as a family relic, and adding, "If yoi will namiie a price for it, and will call on me to-morrow, I will pay youi for it." The higwaymnan, in the most courte ous manner, returned it immediately,; declar intrg:~iihs'el incapahb!bf !ddpri'vlpg the DThke' :of so precious' a relic, and piomised to do him self the honor of of calling upon him the next day.. : Trize'ohis'appointmeni~ , he icame; and the Duke, equally truc to his word, at once paid 'hirm'tlie promis'd sum. This business settled, the Duke observed, " May I be :al lowed to ask.how you could venture to place yourself in my power, with the gallows as your sure doom ?" " Nay," replied the high wayman; 9 I knew that to:b...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Facetiac [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

i}..i. ' ;''; ' i , : ' "I'm a director in thisoii~ ~iiny Paid the deviliiTit.Bi 6office:; Ykl'dofi't' say so ?" '" Yes,, it's true.)' ,,` What ater .adirectbr's duties ?'? " Todirect }rappers,,of:course3" " '1ri ,rht Pupil.--Teacher : 9 owt'snany wa rs' were waged with' Siain ?" Pupil: ', Six~!,-~ Teacheii i#"Eiinumeite,' them." i Supil,'a. : One, tw , three,,,foir; five sixh.l Cheap and N .-.A ,er ,being. invited to an evening pýrty went to.purchase a pair 6f gloves.C ' "'' s?hthe' f 6?v 'do y wish to' have '" asked t thlila ly'ie'tli' lsiop. ,,Woiild yodulike tolavefifdsh-Buttercolor ?" ,"No* lotme ,hive alp'ir oft rancdd butter ones they'll run heaper. iir 'A friend of ors sked us .he other day if we hi>d a inbother-iii-1tiW v.'We t'tidihiiiir o; ,but we'dgot afatherin n ail; andi we Ithou~kht that was far better; *,f eny,.yo;!the ,re marked, ;as he leftt hs, • .Naitolkeep mine. , S-A'weillknown jadge 'got home iiithe'r late ,'thc.otheirvening arid found a.ybTuug 'fellow sitt...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Stories about Duels. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Stones abouti Duels. tFwo journalists, one as ave ad honorable as a hero of ropmance, thekotherr=-?ell, cast in a "different mould, stand'face face, sword in hland, in aiavenue eighty metres long in theineighbbrhoPod of Paris Atthe moment of crossing the weapons,'tli less brave of the two falls back first one step then another, until he starts on a backward retreat at double quick time, until thend of the walk is reached. Here they paused to take breath, and were afterwards brought back to tle. starting-pointand- placed 'n positi6n. The same maiacuyure a trep ?ed, and' gnother race runi, 'he'sameanthgomist retreating and, thd other pursuing. Again they reached to the end of the avenue, and had to be brought back.,to their.original~ position,-.And--this little-game was enactedfifteeintimes. Fifteen times! As before stated, the avenue was eighty metres long, and as the combatants each til e tiriavesed th*cain'tii 8 twie 'n t , ,the ,time the duel was over they h?d' goie over a distanc...

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The Concert in aid of the Tennis Court. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Tge Concert in aid of the Tennis Court. TheeTder. of. Conway and Evans to finish the tennis court and have it ready, for play in three weekhi?s?beenacepted. The price is £120, and th,eqise will be 90 x 82. 'Tiie situation of the court is between the, battery-: and the maze. The contractorsa" have: started with ;.the 0ork?aind wit will be eventually a- great booioto, visitors, who: will thui haive somiethig to i iinploy thi, tlimej id couintingtheinorments as they ;fly and watcimg be, vessels This work will Sa Iheavy strain, on the fiiincial :re sources of he Sports Cil, a&so as raise fuiidsto tassistlthe club in .` carrying it out: a cincert is advertised for .Thurs daynext;, ,It was the intentioi of the club. toLgive an eitertainientdeine titie agog bitit was thoughit advisable to:post pone It'sod as to secure the valuable assist ince of Mr Arnstrong, the siiallest inan iin the world;- Th iesayiiig t at ithlie best goodhi are'iri small parcels, applies cor rectlyto tolis, g...

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