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The Settlement of Portland We take the following letter from the Argus. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 29 November 1884

The Setttlement of Portland We take the following, letter from the Arnus .: Sir.-Your able correspondent " The Vaga bond," under- the title of ''.The Cradle of Vic toria," gives a very interestingaccount of the foundation of 'the coloeny, and as, I am sure his researches mustlihave cost him both time and trouble, it is w'ith fear and reluctance .thatI 'offer any objection to his chronicles, only as the daughter of the late Captain .James Liddell (not' Liddle) I feel that he lhs not done'sufficient justice to the memory of one who played a more important part in the early history of Portland than ne is usually credited with.' My late father was' particu. larly reticent concerning early events, and it was very seldom that I could get him to con .verse on sueh topics, but from letters of in structions to him, as master of the Thistle, from the ilentys (to whom she belonged), aind me'moranda in my possession, I claim thatt he was the direct cause of the Flentys' attention being called t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Concert in aid of the State School Prize Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

The Concert in aid of the v -S tat~Sohool:PriA- 'Find-' Aconccrt inaid of the: above fund' w hell Won :Thursday; niglit. THe attendance vwa most gratifying, niumbere . being unable to find seatsi iii. the ire .ry.4,portionofthe house. The appear-, aince of tife childrienon the.platforim was "a vervypleasing ii feiature, and thei?aiiiit of.triihiniigtheir; siiginig shgOwed reflects great credit on their: teacher,Mr Trathak i atind-his assist .its. : .H.,' Heiley' occupied the :chair;,and inl a few'ivell-, chosenrnemarka stated the object of the concert;' The concert op.ened by-an over-, ture by Mis Gaid?er whcli hwas well nieiss ails' by the children was rendd edi remarkibly well.' Then followed 'The "'ld briglde' by Mr' Hanby.' Tlis gentle man is a gra aditih to bui inateur ; ,pprforiers, and he establisiied iself at once in the .favor; of 4the audience. A " song ' Morn'iu the "meadows' by Misi I Pidillel ,eliitci - great. appliuse. iMr Baiilicii:,aine nextl;iti a coiiic song, , an!...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

'Yelterday light-haired coloniiaflicted iwith :n iinpediment in' his 'sbipcht~ntred a c6iemist's 'shop in Bolrke street.and' said, " I jwa- ,as--?:want some pa--pa-pa-pasyles of ip-ip- ip? ' "Hooray " exclaimed the ohiemist, quite out of patience. : :' wiell-know~ fashionable: ladj walkd into a: milliner's shop, and trying o , a, onnet ,said, '" What; a fright .I anm !'im'.,b, no, madam," the milliner replied, deprecatingly, "we have really. worse-looking, ladies than you coming in here t" The lady didenot pur cI hase :a bonnet from that establishment. In .the: columns of a daily con egitorary a woman lately advertised for a governess for her children " who will be likei~rindid with "Choi'ti and 'take hel 'meals 'in the kitchen." 'Wohder who informed-her that bou'Lord took his,?mealsi in.. the kitcheih According to Scripture he,took his first meals.in a stable. The fun pokled at the abortion call d an im. 'iroekr'so much affected b'y thieladies is not aitributed'to the pelisse.': Th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. FAIR MARGARET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

::I'· i ""l. "4µ4l. . i · I ý "T `T{JýT. iýTT ýý ' 'ý"ý OURi :'I( OIIýIt'ýILLUTSTRA'T'ION1ýcorr 1 fj FAIR MARGAREiT. !;Nature had tieasuiesf Unseenyet ;: . , For owers all , 1; $1 , 'r ý, n ý t We can recall, fta 0` gardeu`t'ru orrivi~uleu HO1, Rwjod 'utvie th1n;,MatgargtF9I7t .a "i E'en at their, bet t; whefi dewdrop8make ,j : t1hem swpeter, , fresher, for~your,;ce SWithkhee, l essgeyet Wede' pas's aRU b Andall hfteir lo'rdine Th±it, r siý!o iWhibh vaiinly by. youruaideiwero)aet, Si "III _________________garet____.___.______

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Making it Warm. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

'. Malng t Warm .. . - One of, our ol?pineerquartz-miners, ,who had realised a fortuniie by.hi speculationsi recently wen&o.Europe purchased an?' ancient castle land a ! small ste `ihe + 'mself, a l r new residence, his1, daighterfqlund;himh one cold mornmng arinnghs hiangs f a fir which he had kindled in.the breastjand back-plate ofsa sui, ;of armour: ' , ' ?, t, °," t ? ' / .:Ohl pa;i a the-young lady .wha have you beni~e? dom.g 2 u,,, .ai ... . rl "Doing? relied the lord of.,the manort uibbing his hads whgitlageejfulstisfaction; why makinga unre, None, of.he servants ;were ,abdt;s so I'it itf .msel.But II say,, Dol; tj o, mpatented te t st must ;lI e Been off~hischump.1,¶ ltvtookl me: all:":. time r topheat,ý the ;olds thing; aiup. It?o do firthe in iggi igs,? ..I.used to puake,a bette ire mian nold nail.can;"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mr. Pudster's Return. (Continued.) CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

Mr. Pudster's Return. JI /i 1 ?" 1. ? S uAPTIR . Mr. Gibbon Maggl6by had been married ,rather less than twvo-and-ttwenty hoursi,when, a. Abolut nine'clock' on the 'mornig 'of March 23, 1868, he-walked.into the room in which he had so often breakfasted, and dined with hislate friend and partner, Solomon Pudster', -Mr. Maggleby,' who .was pre eminenýaly,iaman of! business,': hadlnot seen fit to go to the Isleiof, Wight or to Paris to spend his, honeymoon ;, and Mrs'.iMaiggleby,' who was, nothing if not a)womani of sound sense, had loyally accepted the decision of her thirkloxd.and master..~heyhad.agreed to stay in town, and not to allow their new happiness to interfere with ?heir material in-' terests in Mincing Lane. Mr. Maggleby had. deterfiiiif d, however, to make a holiday of tj (thejday afteri his wedding i to.'stay'atAhome in the morning with his wife, to escbrt her to Madame Tassaud's in the. afternoon, ' an'd to Itake her to the play in ,the evening. :'.'With this comfortable'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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[?] Said. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

iTliatt if gonah ihadi.beeq, an American he wolda have rigged up a mast and sail onthat' vWile'`bacelloau'f walliig. WEk an'd'an'i oldi-?h'irt6, take' in oargo-tlihoughthi'front :dpoo (Cmouth);l faked ia ,ruddercat ihis rear .endjand- Rteeredl him into porr.. i Sat .the man who', stuck qn attitude H'as een u'i' m prison for assault, ' That ihenh will it on; nest egg for' aiweek before it dawns upon her that there's something decidedly wrong somewhere,, and 'ten walk backwards, wiftier hhead,o one side and' "Now th4t egg:' s fraud ,ex !That ?imani who'hail lediirmisia'o tle field; of. battlej will ,runaawayj sooqer,.than face, abulil 'ant.1t ,,I That a man, even if he isn't a botau is lknows the!difference'betiweenalee1i~a i and' a bo llrush;: ' . .. .. -i *. ! , - | , That, when a.mani is rousedfup atifi6ur in, #heB morning by his 'wife ,with,theipleasi*g Intelligence that "there 's burglari in the yard," I'adafter fallintgdb;wn two flights! 6f staiis,akn' kirig all the things off t...

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The Flight of Madame Favart. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

eultie iFiieh; oMacbla eF lavaipelle, Ond tern estuou? night ,y of? 148, durin'the' m'emorab~e" .campaign wc'ich re +MarshallSaid was be'sieging Maestricht, one of the strongest places in Europe;;iAnd oh that night ihewa overtak en "y1 a"g1arful disaster. " h'e swollen waderso .die Meuse swept away tie rbridge and !rage i 'wild -fury;la broddiimpassablei r'ake,;oft, rushing foam, between thei Sax~onmarh'al'aFislpech army and ,1 he; corps??f that ohher rgrieat and victorious General Lowendaht,' they Dae, upon which the enemy was momtiifirily e--. pected to'advance 'i~ dvelwbhelming strength. M. Dumesnil: (the handsiime Dumesnil). had been unable to rest;, and .earlr in,the morn ing he was not surprised io find tlihat Saxe, who had' often'boas'tea, tha 'pe'ril had not robbed him of a single lhour's sleep, had, for oncej:been- unable rto- close hiivi.eyes. He found the -Herculean' giganticr.hero pacing his tent in a fever of restlessness, no longer strongly cool, and intensely energeti...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Editor and the Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

;,,a,The,Editpr and theReporter. lilf:r. Peterse " maid the, editor to ithe new ieporter, "you. sayJyou were. persnajlly ac,-, quQiAte with' the deceased M6. MAliuicken?" !'Aiiod'bd iar; ertainiofi'the faot ithat' iy,oulia$ie gi en in hisbobituirdy n6tice e' i ( , ??jelI,,tolerably certain ir S'cause, in descrbiqg hi"r appearances you'say tfiath 'I haii a.Roman'niiose"and donli 'dioie eyej anid Ithere wasa warit iupo' iiti ilD)o .:under'tandtyonithatithe wartIwas;rpoi th? omaq :osepyothe eye;?.,lTe ,xprgeion is not perfectl let , q , ! f1 sYou remarkY,' lisit tht MM'Glfcken' 'oselwa badly; iijured in,'the iralway ,acci d den,t,jin ,consequence i ofhe jridge; giving way.. I do not catch the drift;of this.; Do 'you meani ha'tlie actidenlre'siuled from the breaking'of thb biridg !of M'(Glh6ke'b hose o6d that the bridge of his nose gave iay 'after .the accident, or that the: nosei was .h~t h b .the bridge giving way,, or hbw fYo. are nbot deflnite enough" I 't refei t'othe bridge;"'' ; ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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One Against Five. AN[?]IRISHMAN'S ADVENTURE IN PORTUGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

i <h OneTAgainstFivel' .' j ANjIRISHMAN'S ADVENTTURbE PORTU.AL, The sun was sinking over 1he loyelylittle villge o Setubalfin th f of gal, and its last rays lighted up a very stirring, picturesque scene. Along the banks of the stream paan thugh e grpat plain be yond te wntr e/e to b4 a monstei pic.hi' c.oi'ngo rbna n,-trainger still,-a pid-?lini made up entirely of soldiers. Camp-fires were aepding .up lherei. jhin blue smoke-into, Ithe bright eving sky. i |usie&t' were ' stacke'd"l!on every side lik saeaves of corn, and ihen in gay uniforms were bustling too and fro, carrying bread and ration beef, I pBin tne strangest thing of al1ali;tat tliq meonon one side of he streanw.eie.L nresseia redan3 those ? onthe- other side in blue. In fact, the French and English ,8oiiers .w.h~f ad been"fghtin. eTore SetfbI Awere making, friends.s?iring; I,-k ort ticd. and having their supper together, The French tried to talk English, the English' and' Irish to talk Ernch,-ad many ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Undersirable Belle. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

. An Undesirable Belle. ' :: Thefollowing isa description of' species of young lady which, wer are: happy to think is not very:often met with:- i ::. - : !I: as She sits in a fashionable:parlor, .. ;,; , , ,And rocks in her easy chair,; • t ;, She clad ih s1ks and satins, , t . "And jewels are inher.hair; S'Sheiwinks and giggles aiid simpers';'l 'i::' 'And simpers and.giggles and winks; -lr And though:she says;but littl.e;,,;:,:. ;. " .Tisa good deal more than she thinks. .She,lies abed inthe morning, , 'ill' narly the hbur or noon, . • Tlibi di'ies down snappingidia rling,'' 'Blcause slie was called so soon' - n, Her hair'is still in papers;,. ý -an K. Her, cheeks still flesh with paint, Rem'ainsi of hier last aights blushest i 'Before she intended t'ofiit', "? , , She dotes upon men unshaven, And men with short-cut hair';i, -4" 1 Bhe's eloquent over moustaches-- i /. in They give such a foreignaifr .air She talks of Italian mue,, m ,s And falls in'love withl the moion', And -if a ...

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Will Never be Played. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

lai Never ba Mis.Jefoeed at NhEfore't.e firein tf'eir home th itere?ven- I STre h&le?di alon. piriodof ience, t wChegn I"M.' fldfoefrddenly excaimed as t above. " What is it, dear 7" she responded. i -' -Ijsaypwe've gor tired of playing games < and w to u sy o private theatricals" -Hw 1. --- 1 "Why, we'll get three or four of the -neighbors to-join -in; -and. we'll meet-'itc'each ther'ho ases aidhave regular plays.1 ' J - "Thatw1 b'e'splendidI'shgegasped. "Hanged if it won't. Wonder we never thought of it before. Five pounds will get lll the'soenerywe'wantTn?rtlCltB ff' < furnilshhisown..ard:ob. 3 By golly I we've I , aj^sort.otof.playcan-we.pla?y--she- - asked; as he marched up aniidlown with a trgic ep. . 'l ave. it-aha I'?. e suddenly died " onl'you rememBeR~'<tarted to Nre a play about five years ago? I'll finish It, i'd wd'lllbring it out I Now, let's see how ithe charactrs.raun,. Mi2e re is the Count i] 'Dumdoff, 'tioi in lRB ith Gerald...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Story of the Goldfields. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

Ak ASt6ry- 6-f he, Golflelds.',: :I ,wall alwaysafond of4,thescience of physi i ognomy. From'fihy!youth up` I was noted for nmy proclivity for'-reading the character of a nian by'llid face ; arid I finally beedanie' such an adeptinthe"art'that 'I c'duldoccasibnally guess- the 'very ]thoights' of:the:individual whose countenance I'was studying ATSdoo after the gold fever broke out I'went to Cali fornia;s and' there, "I mdtst confess ainong what else there was to interestimd, :IL had a grand opportunity for exercising Amy skill upon all sor't of fclies;beenm nder all sorts of ciraumstahceso, from thed highest triumph of success to'the, deepest ciespaii of failure. ,I first?tried `iy lick at digging gold myself ;, buit soiotired' of that, and, believing that I "ould ?lakeniony faster aid~Witli less ilbor, Ioptned~" a kind" of grocery andrpiovisio~i shopdisposiig of iywares at" fair advance to'miners and others. -My shop consisted of a r'ude skeletdon of 'poles; with asufficiency of?eh'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The 'Bus Driver. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

t .R Te 'Bus Driver. "..Yes" said the diyer. "we! are. having veryhde l? ' aion 1iS le no, on account 16f th'edhlilidays, youhilinow?" t 1 lo'v :, iDoeshfi.Jbileb'dthe.,Exhibition make ou vokaly harder ?'k asked ,TBit re i ' Well,Ino',?6'tinMich. You see, it makes .no;dflds, ditli;hs whether times is dull or slow. When a feller gets up at 6 o'clock in morning an' don't get to bed agin till 12.30 'clock et morningand takes his meals as Masas can g??,throughem,its piretty hard ~o' ma he' iwork'hay' harder, sir." !.t' ~h nly leaves you two hours and a lialf6/ffi mei ofarh'p'ose," said the reporter. -Forwhat ? " asked the driver, checking " For sleep." " Ygs} Well, if ryou countfthe ,.p, r it ha?kes tt. esettle b inftb d, fn' thi|me it takes togfightthe fleas,.and the time it takes to[ get NwakedL up, an' sasem all together, ian' su1idac?t mdro i' fi ie hours an' a hiilfy?d1twill'sed týt iweth'Ie about two and a quarter aef 'Then,. if the ,bab h.s got the stomacli a[c €-n 'less its 'lit...

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About those Pants. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

t nO s oan boarding-house a on man called for rhis friddt go for a stroll ,Heswas told that,'hiisfritidIa'taThn bathe~?andd, after swaiting rfor n about ten ,ini4ts, heenguirpchtheliwayto, the bath room. H asdiecdwher it, and on reachng te door he gav :i heuii ablazesiro yO gi to get those pants on ?" ,.,t>Ii, wi There was a f ggle, and ag silvery e a on iiistaen. the door, that's 70106,51ý4 TO 1 ~;."Jý`i Ot mlil.a

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

•Nowf a cow nimenidable'detb ermnatioi ,.is evince D byiour.lolre i ergertl.ctowinso mei?r to'; ideaCivoir :to :,hake;:our.l town ?'attractiveti), sittoirs (onti:wonV its exist --nie Iaid'prost itv rare acuIall edend t)We wu ould suggest thait the attention of these:gentlemen inight.w!ithi:vanutage be directed to the relileriig of;Jroir. prset s6meivlt soewhatiil'eifct and imcon*. Ve'lient l:ortesterts ;lall nll'e:ln aieci rd anle, iWtelitli' i roi ig necesses ,ottlie place. ?We are informed thamt{ a nuibe r, ,0of shaireholder?ivitlilaudable public spirit 'are willing to forea'o a .'pbiotiiinof theirr annual dividends uoi the urpase ofI ap andplying this .capital. :to i the.i. enlargementt Siindiinprovement ofa this favorite`place of Anmuseientma't If the i'niual dividend wire reduced for, a time toordiiarybaik iinterest (at;,present the sharehoders re ceive 9 fper cent) : the remaining ,profit would '`soon:i clear'i" ff the; expense'fil cuied. i elarui ging the building.;The lhall ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

Ryrie.street, Geelong, 1 Rnow on hand lareasso en of a,.. .. .. !, TEA, , 0 DINNER, DESSERT AND Of the newest designs, andat ery low pics Sole agent for the New Wheeler and Wilon - i 'ewinig Machines 'er ;Cle , Table Napkins and every 'requis for parties on hire. Sa ,MM W I L S N :, i FANCY REPOSITORY, ,' ' r ''Hesse street, Queensc1iff. ``T E Miss Wilson desires to: bring :nder t? ie'notice of the public her NEw 'STOCK of F'ANCY GooDs, &c., specially selected fobri thesumner season, comprising S'iii3nMaterialIfor Ladies' Needlework, Pv Ilain and Fancy Stationery; Trn nsfer Papers, Perft'unery, t'Ma?trials for Poo'nah Painting and Maerame Iace Work.. ,lt: Album ?sToys : 'S ann'd Scrap Bopks ,; School Requisites ' I v;i'IaaliesUtnderclothing, &c, ;&c.' ,0:I h L RESPECTFiULLY SOLICI.TED. ,RS E., WI LS, senior, begs to a .Lno unee that she has. RE-OPENED .:it ,: .- aa *:At the Corner-of ? . J'fr--oHESSE S ANDL STOKES. STREET:Lif 1 A?' itirely fresh sunnlvy of Gi...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

Foresters ~Hall on 'riday ,next, when Mr R. J.MluIncey will addLres the meting. :":FEELS.,YGOUNG AGAIN.--" My mother was af~licted a loig time with neur-igia and a dull, heavy, inactive condition of the whole system, headacheinervous prostr.tion,and was almost ,helpless. Nop. hysicians or medicines did ier any good., :Three mouth ago she began to use HlopBitters, with such good effect that, she seems and feels young again, although over seventy: years old.'!-A LADY N R. I.. ,.Look up There is a' notification re private schools in our advertising coliumns friom tlheEdticatioi Departlent. .. DoN'T. DIE INT THE HOUSE.-" Rough, on " Rats" clears out.rats;.mice, beetles, roaches, bted-bugs, flies, ants; insects, moles, jack-rib thitq gopher9i,, Moses, Moss & Co.? Sydney, General Agents } . , .-A school teacher: once aked' What lbi? -is large enougIh to carry ~d i fa man ?" Nobi;yjr :knew; but onc litle girl suggedted 'a ilr?k?' .And then:slie expl?iined': i?miamXiu said l~lia wou...

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A Skilful Surgical Operation [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

A Skilful Surgical Operationr.' The American Ambassador at Vienna, Mr Kasson,' haslately forwarded to lhis Govern mnut an inteiesting account of a remirkable y'gical operation, lately performed biJ'Pr.. 'or Billroth, of Vienna, which, wonderful to tell; consisted in the removal of diportion of the human stomach, involving nearly one third of the organ-and,strange to siy,, the patient recovered-the only successful' ope ration of 'the kind ever performed. Tl'he, disease for which this operation' was per 'formed was' cancer of the stomach, attended with the following symptoms--the appetite is quite poor, There is a pecu?:ir indescib 'able distress in the stomnach, a feeling tdat has' been described as a faint -"all gni sensation; a sticky sliine collects abouttlihe t;thi, esp3i lly- in the. mornin" ac?o " R:.. iied by at unpleasant-aiste: Fo t ils to satisfy this peculiar faint senisation; but, on the contrary, it appears toaggravate thes feeling. The eyes are sunk en, tinged with yell...

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The Highwayman's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 December 1884

Th Highwayman's Wife. !; It was on a bright sunny morning in1May thli,?myself afidthree other persons boarded the stage at 0--, to continue our journey. westward as far as U--, one of the Texas, frontier towns. Two of the parties were` rcomercial travellers from New, York the 'other. g a ydQtg woman with'a fresh and healthy olive complexion, petite, and very pretty. "I wonder if we'll have to pay t S ghos7 -bxgmdson this trip ! oheybard! first i goi through passengers, coachi n'dj re- r" oe9; whosaamej as Thnu-w " Oh, I.hopent," said the lady in a slari tied tone.- "I have a considerable sdm' of, money with me,land it would ruin nie,to lose it." . : 1 "So have uite "said Thp; man, " and half` Iof ?.osoe thn I would .4?. ai we d , bout ... . t'put . t e other traveller,Wilis by name. '1,-If th n they omeand through us ;they This created a eneral burst of lanugte.r, t and.then Willis continued-- x ,fl ',; i:been robled" twice; rigl "on this line, and each time there ,was a delicatei i...

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