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Annual Meeting of the Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

An iual Meeting of the ...... .. BorouahtG?-Oo'unetl. 1 Council was heli on itld'n , * Presenlt--Cr Henley, (in the chair). Arkins, Baillieu, Cottier, Cuzens, and Cr Henlleyii d that on t.h wh1ole. t1he. rifipil f 'hatraintritrla ikil the financial philition of the lorouzh at the preseniiltinse.I { then -read. the filowing tsatiinoiial .t the efficiency of O' R i oughl 'Couneil, Quieefiscliffl 22nd SOctiber, .::884'; To. "the Mayor iian 'Coniincillors'ofithe Broughl of "Quens liehff , tll eeii--AFteir to days; of ,areful inspection of the books: and' aecounte of the, borough', ewe lhade grneat Ileisi?r in ?announciing "that ' i founidI er'thilinga ' icorrect. and ht tat the bobks .have, beenl uept; i?n,:a very satisfactory Siiannerb': the.town lehrk.:. We'ie the honor, to' reniaii ;yours respectfully,: .Jonss ,]utLKiTOOs, Government Audi tor; coe CATHcART, Local ,Auditor." ( rlHenley said 'it swar gratlfyin'g.to tlhe counicil ` :and also. saytifacto;ry'"t to ithe ratepayers generall...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Opening of the Assembly Hall, Drysdale. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 November 1884

Opening of the AsemNbly Ha.l .The large ')all just, comphlete in cont necttonwithlith,. Drysda it~ee Ltbra was npenedion'i :Thursday eveninglast: b the Hon. J. F. Levien, M,L A ;Minister of Minas and Agriculture. Thie 'buililini externlly;doe nt . look topo imposing? but ;th; isiLscounterbalanced 'bv, the:: very complete and well finished arrangement! internally ... About.30Q..O people can be comfortably seated in the building and the arirai geimentsl:inade forithe coin venience:of allis very, creditalile.:: Alto4 gether th'eiall i'a crediitt'o ethe gentle ien' lio .liave so'sueiess lly providedl a long-felt.want in the township, and which, with the existing rooms.in connection with the 'Library, is a i building 'i hichl many a town ,far more. advaniceld, than Dryad'ile,, ;iglit i vell be ioud of.., Thd room, was:iell:filled anti. in' a very appro priate speech lMr Levie dec dlard 'tlie lial, opened, after which a concert' was gone' thlrough ind it, appeared to, give, general satisf...

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

Political Progaostios.,.. turn , qf ? lndI, thllere in spmthig coni -,. rictetl with the fnllo6winri whicharoiNel my risible faculties. I giv, it 4ýfrthe aniuscmnent or otherwise of youi- resilds " QEe? wou-Qneen9sliffe Bro-uglh Siur'tc llors'-neet at acertsin hotl..andi "tlifoli'f aiiidloigiic takes place-. -: lB.-l.Mattersl of :ftha B6iiri?h are lookinu up tince we ha'lmve got omne neiw bloo',Iiito the Concil -: i ' Mr; C.- Yesit is quite titie there wa. s3me change. 'II B.-Haiveyoun Been 6he1 im'prvements ich h iu m e:at theQueensohliff lbbliih. Depoti lately ?I .; C.---Yes' it looks a little morei respec taillethaniait didt:''Itis farbeittti t4 have 'one :p e fordepositing irubbish than to .liave it.so much scattered, especially as its is'at the mininteitrance to Qiueenscliff. B. -Weli ndliohy 'eai h£ve kin excu.se no 'for not knowing theplace., Every thing is 'plinly :itdicated :by fence ansd' `noticese which have beeir put up I pre sunnleibm 4 our iveiry';jetimable bor:ough' e...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Scheme that Didn't Work. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

A Sohem tni hat tldtnr Work. The eR et leap yestratagemup tr date, wAs that employied':b'i MeibOurne girl the, othcr ,.;,.ening,i EHer young, inhii' hid 'bden courting her fgr ;ibout eighteen months, an?n the closest he ever came to popping tha ques=s tion' w'i to'asl her.! canfidentially, ,if liher mother: expected t?o lve~With her fatlier al w ays, She resolved to make a bold! stroke the, other night, so just as- he:was' getting ready .to leave she said quietl? ,, , u:Roger; Ithink you had bettr discontinue youir.visits to me." ' ' 'But-- uit, MissBlank I Youknow I have never, said, anything :to you ,about-,aiout, marriagela. Yes, I know yau haven t, Roger"... "Theo why do you send me'off ?"' , ", Simpl? because:youhaven'ty' "0"': I :1 .,jThenthepe ~belbouiinitesrbecanme engaged. Sahrst girl heard.of the scheme and tried it'liesfthetheother siigh,,but it did not ,work .suciessfully, rWhein she told hiiimhe hadbettei.discontinuekhisVisitsa lie reiidiled; ,'.llright; JI was'nt corhi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

It Is Said'd, 'Thatwhen 'a skimishing war party, of~ cats come round, seren'ding with a slightly exaggerated1 version of ! f?eWa 's music it is foolish to waste good furniture.upoh themnor' to say things at them,, as theyhave ino api' preciation of the Einglish language. That, a nail point upwards on a 'chair is a' sure indicationtof 'an early spring .~ ,That, the,best season forflowers'to "come up ?"is whei tlhe chickens. get loosein the garden. .. That; if:your9ineit'door neighbor begins playing ,the; piano `at half ipast' eleven at night,. i, is better- to arise iat -foiir ih the morning and commence too?practice !the' element's of' `he trombone, itivwill .be mote effective taii'iireiuestinghie to stop.,:; That, when a man has only ten' minutes to dress and catch a- tirin a' quarter of a mile distant and finds three bu~ttons gone'dut of' four oi'his'only, clean shit, he had better be, alone in the' liish th?ini in the presence of a Sunday school teacher, That,,wheo aicoachrian go...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SHE TOOK EM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

''SHE TOOK'1 EM. So', your ywomen',customers ibother{F you itihh?"il ske a?it?iiznwhi was talking with !a :Woodward+Avenuei grocer the other morn, ing. wan: i ttu < W ell, they. seldom wiat to.pay the prices. Itseems natural fprthem to wanilt to bdat down the figurcs , There .c.omes one now;~who p'robably ?ants'trawberries' Here are:some, fresh ones at dfifLeen -cents perz quart, and yet if I shouldask her.onlyl eleven she'd wanit'eni "fioren, : " , ? ":ay~?tiyi onjust for a joke, rIf she asks the price'put it'.t eleveii"' "t ' ,The grocer agreed, aiid?piesently thei wo *ma. came up, comtidAthe sixteen boxes of berri ' under her.., nose,; iand obf: coiiirs inquired'V: ' " i ti : '.i Have you any 'strawberries this morn. - ,ngj ,7 ' "IS ,f ':.''` F'Fesh ones?" S!In tart!boxes ?" IHod much ?f1'Y idni) SOly eleven cents per box, madam; " ' "I'll take the w?ole lot,?' she:quietly ,ob: served, as she ' hi"de out :an $? bill?and take 'emshe did.; ' "i .. Thecitizen1 disappeared...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. CAPE SCHANCK. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

".OUR 'ILLUSTRATION. -i ? ."CAPE? SCHAN CK.."' T;The subject of oiiriilustrati;onthis week is one ofithemost picturesaue spots':n the coat o"f Victoria. ,Aline of rocks, extending.from Poirt' Napean to Western. Port,!is, replete, i4ith:"inatural beauties"that - equal in their; graideir*sortie of the elebritedcoast scenery of ,the: old countrytland a pencil of a'Stahx. field or a Danby would find inexhaustable! fobd.'for glorious pictures. :TheCape Schanck itself 1 feature thatevery .voyager from Sydne3y 'nd Tasmanila, nnbt'fail to obServe' ,and, adinire.: Separated froni'it':by a' deep chasm, ,through !which6 a stronk: current"isa: perpetually rushing, stands :the Pulpit Rock, whliich-iii 'itself, is a most remarkable object, adi'n H'?itdfinialies of eagles enjoy the repose ofIundist~irbed solitudei Within a recess 6f the Cape, is, situated a magnificent stalactyte cave, -The lighthouse e eireted; here] some twenty years since (not shown in ourpticture,, eing further? ilaBd) isanohj...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A NEGATIVE INDIVIDUAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

A;, EG?' TIVE INDIVIDUAL: SHe was prtideld , brean lgentl , Living ada main hloalddo o ;,> , Kept a conscience' 'di hKiscntyt , . , Loved hil'fellows-erede ithem:too, SModest, vittuous, self- elt , Rich and learned' wise and true. dJie had faults, perhaps had' manby, But one fault above them all, Lay like:heavy leaid upionhini n Tyraptiof !a'"atieittthliall'' ::'1 ", , Wyrantseedi',cohfessed;anhdi hted:" 1 ;i Badiish d:only to iecall.i . ..,: ' "tie r "t 1dran "His drink iwas .f W a te r !". .' , " Gamble ?" "' lo iihe hated play)" ' Then, perhliance a tender failing: Led his hearit and head,astray?" .-, '"' No ! both lonor and religigon," .,. Kept him in the purer way.;.? T'LT-hen, he scorn'd Life's mathematics, f' "Could.not reckon up a score, Pay his debts, or be.persuaded .. . .:i T ooin?dtwo wer'e onlylfour. t ,.:"Nod Ihe :was exact a? Euclid, Promplit and punctual--no one 'more. 'Oh ! a mis~?"'No !"-Too lavish'?" . " Woeretof-guessers-'uess again l" "No . I'miwery huntin fa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mrs. Jones on Pic Nics. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

Mrs. Jon . n ,ci.,_A1Fn(sB Well, go to thep lic if you like. I can't hinder o But i Ve?xe, u I ?wouldn't M?Tgi' ou~ e M me. rlc`nlcs don't turn out ýe,; ~, cc4? ingrto my ex 'perience. I dbon t?me n'abou"ttolothes; for ,though it gen!erally rails ar spoils them, that isn't much. -Aud-if-you like .to sit in the wind and share your, dinneriwith:ailtsiI) Can't object, though If rather have mine at a table. I'mithinkin 65koibidseli ucs things, ea Nof fallingdg mwnaptqiris end) king your io*nes, or .tumbling out of boats and getting drowned, and= all that; but, as I said before; nothing'?Eould make me go upon a pic.nic with my steady compsjh1i if I was a gal as I was onqe.i Ybji never saw two young people in tht; relation come home from a pic.nic itliout'a tiff. They start as bright as a new penny piece; she all mnuslin and ,lu0e?ilbbon, and smiles, and curls-he with a fresh straw hat and nice w'hite linen ; and hl"iieries her parasol, and h~ ec?s aw' andi heri i?u, aiwih 'e wersb a ibut...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Impostor Fifteen Years. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

ii ia n.Im postpr'Fifteen Years.,), The following:case ,as related- to me,,by:,a ''islop of i the .Churc, iof iEnglad: There was a man who had offiiated as a lergy - emain ia"a lraeltiiniA foi5o'u fifteen years. vAtthe laliselof 'liat-iiimeit was accbident ally discovere4d thai;hbWwai antimifostor. A. new Bishop 1came, or -the, man1 went intoiil new addcese ; ,anryhow, . the request {.came:' thiat'hie'ouild proiude'hi&s letters of orders. j .Letters: of .orders 'a'rei ather 'precious and .remarkable documentsa; v"ifi'once' they are 16st they cannot, bejep~aced.; i lie; pseudo clergyman replied, expressing; his ,great-re-:: gret~ tliat; in "the;.course of, a removal,, the,, letters; had'' been `hopelessly niitslaid,' but ,-ioped.that, ths~.length oftotime in4viichl hle had seryed in.11he diocese,,would ,be'6cori.W idaerda sl.ffieni voucher;' . Tlie Bislo~i wrote isthlck o say that he re 'gretted thelo0as6f'thellette?i of orders, and, that ?ti would lbe quite sufficient if he ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Women at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

Women at Sea. One of De Quincey's similes to something or other, was that of a woman sailing over the water, awakening out of sleep to find her necklace untied and one end hanging over the waves, while pearl after pearl drops ] from the string just beyond her reach; when she clutches at one just falling, another F do6ps beyond=recovery. tIt must' have beenuin a skiff, or small I plasureboat~tfr ome kind, an? thewomaninh had only drioppedinto a doze. Wheni a fe male goes sailing over bigwater, she makes different arrangements. Most of them stick pretty close to the beti~putri ?a?a nickaces and other valuables i th ilocke) let downs their back hair, and prepare for a seige. If they prefer to be on deck when trouble ,co~ eces ilthey just: h h n ove rltlie" 1 l ar/ tc itg, a twhatever is lcnly ?ind at'ahitable inte'rvalsd drop into the waves all they have eaten for a day or two, and don't I care to recover it. In fact,,gihe .the.con.? At that particular,time tlie'yiv4uddi?ladl give all ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How He Escaped. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

S : How' H ,'Escaped'; SGentleman', if is't 1? turn. I will speaki ' 'anid as;.m~ friend ' as, suggested-the subject; although it 'not leasanonet~l me,? Iwill tell you a tale, f y.hjyqme,!Russia,' iaind 'of mfimyself, i?'ilhilisti, If it seems strange ;thief grant ,me that"~traigei tiing' anpd horilblie1 andin this nineteenth i century' t or on -4; . , hap . e:iren in,O" ". -ian Eiro, ' 4,, for word true. , - i " SSix years ago I was, nlilvg injDarnowsky, ' the provpnce ,of Raiklin, inj the.,outhern' part of th'e greatest' Europqan pempirea young man, happy as .circumstances would allw, d at the time of. Ihich! I speal bouly happy and,,ontented1inimy little' c l'; for I was.a .teacher, ,and had j'st ma e ethe s eetest, aiid prettiest. girl in tie v'illage 'my wife.,,1nMarieiarlofflwas inie, won f'oma scpreof; ,suitorsnbyo.llovel alione,' for' had. a littlemmoiey, and was fcoftent. Chief among ,thej;.disconsolate.onest was the son of, an ex-army, officer, Louis.Lodisi'l y name, a han...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Act of Chivalry. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

An Act of Ohivary. In one of--the--principal walks in-Fitzroy Gardci I at herb a'd'l. hiso led statue of P ?4 i t &? gh r 'aket of ills. Pandora's raiunenr, " grieve to state, has slipped about her waist in a manner exceed. gny renteh nsible. n''lassYu th'Srs aý even i ,aout Iikh , I [vapaes in hat way, an a,4ngi gaunt ran,;evid ltly just down from the country, standing in front df Pandora, admiringl hers phaply figure, but'! seemingla ) appr~o lc her. Seeing me advance, he turned" to me with a queer, puzzled expressiop in his funnyA eyes, and said I with Mu earnestndss °tbat catne near defeating its purpose, " Good ev'n'n t' ye; stranger." "Good-evening, sir,"I replied, after having analyzed the salutation and Stra ý t sed aeit T is the man, with a jerk of his thumb Pandora-i ward, continued z? -Stranger, d'ye hap'n ti know 'cr ?" "Certainly; that is Bridget _e alr ariil i? ? ?,?lthe' He strai htene himself uwth. jerk that t'ýn u yjrneck, and ma his eet snap, and muttered: ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Won by a Head or, a Galloping Courtship. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

;oq by a Head H or~0 a Galloping, Y::Courtship. ;.I . q 'f'CHAPTERRI. - I'm in love.-AThere's no denying the factiI I've been in loie Tort ree works. I thought the'feeling wquld we away, but feelings air't like broadcloth. SHE-there's only SHE in the:?orldL.is an angel, and her n me is Lu?"1 Chaldi ott. Three weeks. ago ?I met her first in the huntin'gfield, and wbn Itsaw how well she sat hers.iFteio andl:ho graceful she looked in lier tight.fitting habit') I said, "That girl is a fit bride for a prince" I What a pity it is there-fi'de"i6t en princes in theP orld ?o alll eni4girl .?,,idfrte rfi tfor tienip; b?thWhat alucky thin itr Sisfor-ome of, feie] e, with nothip, ' 'roala out tds, ose "Crown and See ' Zf ist ddaii-ro~ dd the corner, and whe throne is a chair ata vpry,r?) e ting. " \ I Ghave already tol? you I'm Mn love;b yoi ?twill not therefore be?aur ried~tj hear tli am miserable. Cupid 9ught always td b~i'r .'-\.presented with a pocke?hliandk'erchief to s1 Theyobbject ofinmy...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Pat's Shrewd Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

Pat's Shrewd Purchase. "Pat," said our reporter to a prominent political light of a suburban town, " I hear you have been buying a house." "An' is it makin' fun o' me ye are ?" said Pat. "Making fun of you? Why, no. Why should I makefunof you ." " Well, I don't n'ow;but yees.h'ad herd ,how I uoghttjt." " How '. "W.y, no t, esaid?he reporter,; "how was it ?" "Well, I'll tell yez, only yez musn't be afther puttin. it-in .Tit.Bits; "Y' se Beet-the h t¢o sa'se oif jie an' It .tlbd sold t at?hion bec use the man wvas agoin to build a bigger one." iYpB, I see, ), "saTd our epo ter.+r vouldil't4.wetluyi(,,.s.re;isaysthh?;' an move it on to the bit ef a lot we own?' says she." . And.a veryrgood-plantoo;'saiddthrf - "iiAn' saysI,'Biddr,' says I ' '' age ". ,"s. ,,Hl d.onhe-theday-eame+. went-tothe-aUction-fanii siud in the crowd, an' by an' by the feller what did the talkin studa orninst't1e corner f the?house an says Gentlediin,' s he ' lioi much am I bifor the hoose ?' says he. " An' says ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

------ r ·sm \-Y·U- 8L· CI* ;1·-·- - . .· m .. . is....il *i · ydscrip tioin of General Pri nting execut d i irst-class Style with Sat the' Offieof . ý ºfI 3A the Avertsng Department every eor sewpaperIs atisfy customers-special Inducemens for Iarge et ts, a Low otaon i a ' ýert~ementsý a x~-ý:".>r i 5ýk 4 ý ./

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Effects of the Imagination. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

Effects of the Imagination. Many years ago Ff.eqch-h y'ioiani author of an excellent rlsio the 'f?c.f imagination, wished to 4onibitegy3i v . practise in order to joifirm?" ? truth of his propositions. o that end he begged the Minister gf ?I ice at triAý o all i'nof try an e it on aicrinial ood to death. The Minister consented, and de livered to him an assassin of distinguished .rank. .aOur avantreought**theWfil , 'T thus addressed him:-" Sir,-Several per sons who are interested in your family have prevailed on the judge not to require you to mount the scaffold, and expose yourself to the pqoulace. fHe has, thereforeycommutel~ your neenence, ahd sanctions your being ble& to death within the precincts of the prison. Your dissolution will' }bbgi-aduial ld( ree from pain." The criminal submitted to his fate i het thought his family would be less disgrac'eed', and considered it a favor not to be compelled to walk to the place f tulli execution. e was coudn p'5 e?3a?ointedroop ) ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

,Chaplain ofrthefledt-A sporting parson. Poverty develope genius, prosperity 'utilizes fools.wud nr wvOn ` T 1 When is a baby not a baby?1- hen it's a little crosjt 3 O r,babies-t q alltheir fault we love ,them 'tl7i nfoisy. ` I :-.AbpbitthbKonn Y 86hlrl'e that come single are fussy old maids.1 (, , o?, Wy'?'iiass"llk m.mour , Because it passes rofi;Pii th to mouth4 ?? '"A exerfeneer pawibroker says that nothiiigi' so liable to be shoved up as an umbrella. .T?e?b'6y i hoj bit mnt a green apple ro maredit 1it awryr face, "Twas ever thus ~jirachildhood,-so "---- --- ° The man who stqle a chropnometer was on ti'me, bti?he-pblic manTwifo nabbed him was on the watch. A'iA gli'h boaind oust' kee er calls himself :Phoenix. :bbaiie''lhorisis/from his thash9severy morning. ,:mo?1on _V. . It is whisperedlthat when a sertain short man begged a certain, tall woman for a kiss she stooped to concur. :t:X1.igl WiiP' hd kev i "~4eI ver had the mumps said.: "Yes, that is, I had one .mump.' vappu T r...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

SATURDAY,.N VEMBER 29,.r84; TEE death oif Sit W.: IIi. F.-Mitehell is attributed: to that niysterie~is disorder, fish. poisoning. Fortunately casese'of the kind are scarce, and as they generally occur when the fish has been caught in polluted waters, it is v?ry few who rire troubled, with any fears while indulging 'in fish caught near the heads.: As re .gards marine crustacea, they are all foul. feeders, scavengers of the sesi and people :cannot be'too careful in their-use.' :;Mris sels also from their habit of fastening themselves; to anything and everything are very frequently poisonous. Mussels have been known to acqufre poisonous properties from a life spent in the foul mud ofa harbor, and from probably ab sorbing metallic matters from the sides of ships to which they were attached. One. precaution, is wvi th d;,ev body's reach, and that i- neveriýtoeaterany of the crusacea or any fislh whatevetl.whlieh shave .an;unpleasant. orsabtior?iha ' ap|pear ance ,flavor, or odor. If e$ :...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

.1 - . if . L,.J..( O'f "a ' . i .... . i , t ---ERyie-street, Geelong, ; '* r;P S" T?A "now on ianda' large "assotient TEA, ·0 ' DINNER ·ESSET ,AND I .. , : ETI:,.SERVICESi ' 9 0he newest deigs aud at very low price . Sole agent nfor the ewVheeler and Wilson Cutlery, Table Napkins ai.devery iequisite S forp :af es on i hire. U rr . · . i E ! E~V.ILLS, senior;' begs; to6 an .. LV.nounce that:she 'has RE.O1EN-ED t thre CoaD E ofP , ESSE AND. STOKES STREET.' An entirely fresh supply ofl Goods o o bhand; and 'ad the' stil ' ? een purchase afo'r'cuhtlidprices quo illt give custo amitneres qeryj itisfaction. :Ji ur:L C : GR ETIES of ieb q :slity' ; Ha ,nd .bacon, butter ant cggi ' Vegetables freshfrom utthe !garden'" ii?,n? TObisasndcigarsI f thi best brand O,, ?L ilk suppl . , -I i ,i.'i ,; Residehitisand Visitors ' Doifora?etithe addss. ,,. Corner of HESSE':AND STOK' SiTREET.' S.111 ,?: 1a -'Dra per'' Ou ttter, ,, ,i. ,, And:Family Grcer' -. Wine and Spirit? MMrchapt, " ,No, 1i gTESSES...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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