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AMUSEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 February 1884

.;iAUSE )J ENTS. h' TO THE EDITOR. Sin,-Oiie of tlhe., cyviig e'vils. at preseit to Qucensc.li tli'e deaith of alL amuseiient \What isitli.jt e m niig o of it, where liere are ýo miany reislenits and, vi?sitors, especially_- the latter. Queeni ??llif is e sentiallyy a watering ;place, the' Rainsgate of Melbourne, wheie people come frho all parts of the colony to recinit tholiiselves, theiir wives and children, with exhilirating health, 'ron- tliree t6o fou iiionitlihs iiiit}i eaf lthe .hstels and housed shoiuldi bl full The contrary of this is woefully true, and before -the t e',ns iie.ii'fl° fa oe b-oven very many of the lodgingthouses :have the plkcard in their:wihidoirs ail?idouicing, that'thetli: I1uitse ralft "TA of your 'iedilrs iiaiy"Tiave seen the naragraph: ioi oine of the :Melbourne phpers headed 'Teiniis at Qunensciff li t avowedly declares that, the lack of any amusement ' ldi' iis ;'the tcause of the? absenice of hundreds of peo;,le. Thie paragraph slieaks :of a waterin...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSCLIFF POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 19th February. Before Mr Heron, P.M., Mayor Cuzens, and Messrs Henley and Simpson, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 February 1884

QUEENSCLIFF   POLICE COURT.           Tuesday, 19th February. Before Mr Heron, P.M., Mayor Cuzens, and Messrs Henley and Simpson, J's.P.) Ellen Thompson v Henry M'Innis, two, employees of the Esplanade Hotel--This was an n absurd case, and the bench thought so, as it was dismissed. Police v D. Fitzsimmons and- Robert Wil liair.sobi-The particulars of, this case have already been fully reported in .our columns. The two lads were iespectaibldelooking, and, as the evidence showed, took the boat simply through_ a 'ui1ake ..,Mr ? ck.was engaged for' the defence, and jit Iithce case very favourably for the lads. In his ad dress he said that one of the .boys owned a boat the same size as the one"stolen, and on the Sunday night, after foolis;ly induilging in some wli~sky, they went out. for the pur pose of having a sail. This was about; 10 o'clock, and the night being dark, the boat belonging to William, Snithi w'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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PORTARLINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

PORTARLINC TON R0CES. The above racer; were held yesterday, antd owing to the unjropniotious..tate -of the w atlier the atteutilanxe was noft co good as explectedl, altlirlugi upwards of 5U0 persuoni were Ipresent. The events were well:eoiiteted for,; and the greatest euthuimniatii prevaiiled thruughouii t. .laident raee6.., , Doin 1 Beiswing. 2; L ttlcN, i 3 Ladies' Braicelet. Qj, iro l~te0Ut ;three sYtartera SI1 1-tut~trc;tres-u; wtrWJWuii ly:~u~ six ,lea' 'tist friun Maud1 JjIeeqtiviu' .thnid.;i; 1 "Port lii rtigtn iandii ap,"'-. UtlgrIs I, ;J.¶oIl4)rIIý (hai~iU :ir~l S;r ,lhnrr R:Ld·~ :7+'i "ri~V!".J "'i " - 19::·! " "!. '''!'! : ":' Il"' ,.}, A«Yoni i) tuiiteri.m ' Ovalsi c'ffered iby' M~r.' Dahly::aid buuo lit iwbhy] tla bi izerr iFruc Uc1 li rir M'fi waq orsechicstart;.i ,kfornrtj' i'ie ,pt t !:~ F;ich ]J ".!.r."+,"i, iiii !a Ja kj cchc ior n telourt' ';aicd~tottier toiiiiii ~.L, fc l {I i en ,' ^ io. t hal+ f waýy. round. =.` Mi(O·:r;tcc·' hisi·! jrclr r O s 1ANr19 ifon hi, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

1.1 '.;;HuteIH~;li arl;.utbter hopse>I;are~r requessedd to seniir Ii ;,tlieir ireviseU .. .Visitore'! : Igi 'our Thjurtstdv'ýafterxiiiric '1" rt''. ;`. ,:Mr. nd:rc. DAVhy~e anud family,,, t r º ,,..Grieve ;.i~ *. ,~ r . * ! ~ifq 1;: . I ur]fee ll . ,,3 *i, }ssD. \%ri..011., ::sn Walker 1; . . s, " Jl.· Htaihuxs j : ,,4.. 3'33 ~ ·S· i quizn",i I .,t, M' r.al .udl Mrz ~Jamsc& Mcl'her-o~i Ln G. C. *,.r·· 1?,11ur1911, :i MZo~ub~n 3,M·~Kiuuon,~l A.. liat~iicL. 'arUcý T. ,I'rks, 4.-. Mrs, Sterun aidfamily. t , r '1 `-ffirnird,; Clarke, Boyc, : Cro&aen, Cumming, McGee. i. 3 ½ 3 ;Misas ':-=ýatso B n 'ainard:' Greezi 'Hors 'A..halh3 Ioberts;;i(2), ; Peck;,. Hutchins, Vtiughah, olom4)a3(2)' 3',;,~ E 3"tI :,: Mcssrs J.. A. Mi.b)unatld,; DUYi Watterion,;'W 3:i ~5. Alchenilzin± A. G t1Jkkeus; U :Barreit J: utihou p- on, J 1.) 1hoinipsionj E.: ]'iikinigrunp Hughes; Ri, Ilorsfdll H. . Mcixcnxie, J1 I).: Horsall, l; 4 Hor -' l r tirler,; &o;t (2) H: ,,QimpbelI,' Ž4eison,-...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SPORTING NEWS. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

(~YOzTrIN'~'~EW S, ..'..1 ; ~ ni' . . ·.·· Mi Thitielh SuuarVowj aged 1 II) 2 1fitWC ý-gt'8'c g iý'r~trny '4years`'9 91 l~r; CiKgis' la' nv gSat~Irc,6y-crs'8" i l 1':':b'iy'( . Cliorl 3 ;¶Iiýjdlsicz 6 Years'~"' r=*ý r; 'tr gr,2 1 , '. r1 l'a 1' s 'IM rs o st i i'ow d . 13d1 1 fir 1)rakij'C"'· l l a ur' d "'hr Sniileys hi; g: vrIojie aged: :.; .7 2; Hucitrett Stakes:' r -Daniels, S'arirow a ; .100 1\Vi' Cboo;; ri'sýgf oror,ýn;. yearsJi.91,,; 6t Mdc 2iih bayg Satire, tyro "8`"'6' ye'~ars , 84 ?1M1r` Dhol' Shooting ~tar; mr 8' '2" Mtr,, 3js l g . s .Irs Bboo rai '(late;;' b years '" , 8 `0, Mi )itiijloe's I 1 l rt, Sge4, s. , Mii'it aged 10, uJ49 WIusON H ars r i tU:&ý WT"St(Iý, aý ; ::.:,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

l)on t,; iciin tIhf lIouse: -=CR Ogh. on ,Rats;? ~c1ear~s out ' as.mks :.lcel8 ioaeheis'; bud-bu119 flHLc ;.;nte; insects., pniok , jack-rablits, guophe&a. t' oses, IJovss ::io diýýc1 i w, Cxý ýýer1 Q Spctet , SPublic 25otAcesa B OROUGH OF .QUEENSCGLiF. :Extraordina4 e iaediii ti George F. Baillieu, William heehan.t? A- POLL for th" Election of " ?? - crieillor will beskenii, at the Tow. I :hJl .on Thursda, the ssixth day of March,, 1884, coniiiening., at, eight o'clockin the forei ?n'andclosing at "v 'clack in the; f hion : (Signed) ,, E OUZENS :,, Myor andi ,Returning Officer.::: -22nd'FobruaryP8 41 fl."I Realising on Stock.., . . "- .... : ', i.11: _ ` . : .S.,r GREAT SALE S.c onttiation of sale front , .~0 eekasi longer. SjCI Ai O'GRADY B N ;' 1, - - ' , . . .' - ror t 'Mooahool streel Geeloi gi Churchi Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Queesdcliff. The lev. JOSEPIL ANDERSON, of .Penshrst, Victoria,. will condulict the Rservices in the above ch!urch in the fore Jaon and eve...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

S iFEE'U "IB ,ARY.-. .Theifretihi, which, hai beeen called to: bringI the fiee library :mnioveente, to a successfil issue,; was: heli:in; tbhe High School on Tueis Iny evening. : Thie Re... arI lper oicupid the dhair. and therO were wee p eeutl--iev .HI; J. WVilkinson;i Dr \Vill'ini', a ilMeessis Arkins, ..l'eer, Coz.11en., Joit'ili-i, qiunuson.d Shee-v. -Twiiomen aMi Wil lItee. SairrJirdian explained ;tht: the right. of'the pireii tt inifeiib'ersuivoul not he curiiiladlileii aii ay, ii fict th iir pilu-i lee's :would .,be enlarged if, a, frce library was; canreied on, in connection 'i ith thi suisci itioii tbiral. Mir Sinipsoi spoke of the fiiaiicial positioniof ; tihe prescnt, iistitutiouii niid ite prolipects of; the new tone, and ailso reid it letler "from then: Hibi. I :'raicis Ormnond, offti:iin a: ldiil aluiitioii ti,,iars 'i the1 iiildinýgfun,; of the, fi'ee libriary. Th' e .speaker:. gei V a' brief ac'itiiiint ?if .the institiiution durinig his eominectii with it, i.tetdiii...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

An old illuminator-a mock of the middle ages. Journalists are noble men ; they always go in for the write. A Broadway photographer advertises: " Babies taken on the fly." The Mormon question-" Dearest, will you join my aggregation ?" I he thread of a story is generally caught by the eye of the reader. The Concord poor house has only one occu pant. The accommodation must be very poor. We know that "actors are made, not born nowadays ;" but where do the actresses come from ? Say what you will against the church fair, the managers are always ready to give a man a fair chance to spend money judiciously. A Toronto man waited until he was eibhty three years old before he got married. That's like running three miles to get a good start for a fourteen-inch jump. "That prisoner has a very smooth counte nance," said the Judge to the Sheriff. "Yes " sale the sheriff, "he was ironed just before Le was brought In." A North Carolina man named Comfort com. mitted suicide because his girl "went bac...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 23RD FEBRUARY, 1884. PHOŒNIX FOUNDRY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

go PIO(E,, X. FOUNDIY ,ICNIC. el: abo.e ixetursibon arrivtid lherel t :is m,,rnil.,g, at 9. o'clock.'Ihe , gi.es were supiilied by tihe foundiy, an :all the, railway;, airrangements were carried lit satisflltorily. 'ite Ilutcnix wFolin (Iiry band played on the way to the' Ball rn at station; `aid .: at iitrtei ns b .route. The band has only bLeeC fonimed 7 mionths,, and, consideiing, all things,' played very well, th'e bandstein, in thleir new., white tinifornnswith, scarlet facings, addin, to the geiieral effect of the iery lively scene as thet excursionists; ?nu"m bering abouit 900), tmairched up. Hecse street.: On arrival.opposite. the Grand: Hotel thin ba?id plaid a few sClectionis, and '.the pici ker i thei dispersed in different directions - to enjoy themnselves. The .band I.lay dance music anid iielc tiohns in the. reserve ,: this: -afternoon. Thee 'iari?y is "accompanidl l the Mayor of BallaratWest;i.Mr haw; the iiuaini'ero f thfoiidry; Ir D. Brophy, and othejrinflt ential, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

iig tI ewiai ileiic' h the~ .~s \ full 11011 Ite :I in k t i'it~ 'Iertsrtý'i! WItý (i1111 a i t'1{llhi~ seviicxt in~ii~ the Vies jl ;o.t hl#l to give a -.i)IiisiLtaorv" report of havte to he~ iiseil inIf1:4 QJII.po$Ifl i'lfmlu. All t, oh ll~lo lA9 V rutý1A t~Vlt ` al~ "tt i 'h~ ý11111' 9fl~ i( ,. i ~1o ! ý s, th t ný uNrI ~. silltl lný , j' iq' ctL AX itoijbinltc itl o f i icytnver ntSsit~re. o ii 'er Ifj ilaw S'S hl .f'' dIw'+r P. !;., uI rk:t,~)) willted r olint º itcIi'ef t aIe~s~,it; Clirl urIWat ndd' to ,they a'ý;1Flarm, h;iwre runglt:AI andslý ljug Quonse ifttrd'- tiatill't'eiJ rih'Al r1he 'tor~i (~lit~i tto .~et.liatcn uWJ Vtile thA numbe cif'~ rtiiol',ers i.0iaul. Lof .uo7 AjI l~r =lout11, no, b4te, a patlll oi.ee Ldaahe ýeiZ~ s tiigtt,doiv,~i, ho"' l ýutc~~~~resý ~ 1 ,Fi.;t~ltuttr rte< tu). 9 inl uuur nj)Jwoiistld i~ui,~oii d of >'tnithy (ntli jy~j It i~a~ f ndeil and ,13p:,u~l'tllieii'a~f nrace toy heIalarbls eern M a nd 'illi 'V'1 1° f ii; ii;,. J 'tt Jt!Iu ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

ni" "c ' " Y" Y o: i r I~,i"'.; b'tfic 8 U (j E "i C" :r 7 rfVHI r:{: : IT h · e ·FtN ' II_',t ; 's ?t!ZI *?1:7 *.. -. i :1 : f - - ~;p L( 9~iT~1ibr~Ii L1CfT, ' T ported : ted.r yI~hIIUtrSt Pi 5ý:"NriT~ioN' ".~GoºrrI":E nýruiii~i 11 j'Itie. preen ises ,iritI~ ill t'int `IS IICLeb w Cfn : t,:i'-.-! -.": t ; f' I'`S '! ga' ,.".,:", GRtOGER[t1. fL5:I~li.ISIIM.1N h ;,I- y1t-q, 11r 'jfl' 'id ' i;" -,~ý' ii * lII- 'IC~tIýS;,.:I~ti'l S rti ii '~ E1 ;j.1 4 t~iS) . &c r &cI~, Are'-all =if: the' very1 fiii tt' hat :can be a~~hhdii ifo 6.ia PZ'~-s;W (fii''i"(1'1L .( ý,id ,U J Ž , .. 13 KST J[A:l'.C A\II A , i\1e~si a bi .hit .amid II itdicocks. ymrlndj 'Pci dicals atnd1 Newsj~apers School Books anal the-Unti cisit', A11 ýieiNewl,?ah'iNyiNOte Palper, and IithJiI~Ssqi .., ~jii;S~ B~ 1!All'tli1Sa n liilterialsC' Prepared Gelatin1e' Caiid§'fbr-P'iint. '1 I ' t liS / 5 : " sio orntc thire.l-eia"atfeiii.'sI ind Pa iiitetl PIhoto l3irthdin v Cindýs 'Uuiiistiiin I~n ter aflhi(I. ) I\cI...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THEY DO THEIR OWN KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

THEY DO THEIR OWN KISSING. A very exacting landlord makes his tenants "come to time" on the day the rent becomes due, and will only relax his stern decrees when a handsome woman is in question. Not long since he called for his rent on a very worthy mechanic, who, by the way, rejoices in the possession of a very. pretty little wife. The husband was not at home when Shylock called, and he was enchanted with the pretty little wife of the tenant. She could not liquidate the amount due; but the landlord becoming really enamoured, told her he would give her a receipt in full for just one kiss. " Sir," said she, "myself and husband are very poor- perhaps we cannot pay our rent; butI tell you, sir,we're not so poor that we can't do our own kissing." ..i '

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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COMING EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

COMING; EXCURSIONS. 23rd-Ballarat, Phoenix Foundry, 725. adults, 285 children, arrive abeut 9 a.m. : Among those to arrive are' the Melbourne butchers and ..a Ballarat. Sunday school on the 26th; and St. John's Presbyterian Sunday: school on the 29th. a | m|• ||m •minm a nu Mini

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MRS. OR MISS? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

MRS. OR MISS? How shall a person address a young lady whose name he does not know? To say "Miss" is abominable ; to say "Madam" if she is very young, is absurd; to borrow " Madamoi. selle" would be an affectation. The language absolutely provides nothing appropriate in such an emergency, unless a word fairly obsolete in this use is revived-the word lady. We occasionally hear common people ad. dress a lady simply as lady, while the better informed, as they are supposed to be, stumble at "Madam," orare guiltyof the improprietyof saying "Miss." Few readers are probably aware how frequently the word "lady" is used in Shakspeare, not merely as a title, but as a designation. To revive it as an appropriate and specific title for a gentlewoman would be exceeding convenient. It belongs as rightly to the young as to the old, to the single as to the married, and could be extended to all ranks above the lowest. Perhaps it would not do to use it as a prefix to the name, especially so long as it ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

*MUNICIPAL ELECTION. As announced by advertisement yes-, terday was the last. day for receiving nomination-papers" for?. a. seat in the borough council rendered vacant by the resfgnation of Mr Travers-Adamson. Mr Rankin was mentioned as a probable candidate, but owing to business en gagements, he declined to. contest the seat. Two nomination papers were received by: the town clerk up to 4 o'clock, that of Mr G. Baillieu and Mr Sheehan, and as:?oth gentlemen are so long and favourably liknown there is' likely to be a brisk friendly contest.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ESPLANADE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

ESPLANADE' HOTEL. Mr adr Mrs'wV. J. Greig and famiily ,, . Grice ,, Mrs Kirk and family .: M inzid Mrs'.-Gtrifidge; Kelcher, Macaw, Singleton,.:: Mr Rowe and daughter Mr and Miss Mathelrson Misses Greig; MceKinnon, (4). Mihie, Carr, : Cramer, .Shore, Wallace, iMason, Oar lington, Guttridge, Willan, Hegarty, Venuington.. : " Messrs Joyle, Campwell,. Greig, Johnson, Wallace senx., Keenan, :?Donaldson, Lorimer, Hammond,. Sargenit, Hynes' Hogg, Dwyer,' Jopham, Willan, Hall 9sne.; Hall jun., ' Egan, Donaldson Morrison, Hermansea'(2)

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WITHIN AN INCH OF MY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

WITHIN ANIINCIOOF MY LIFE.I , D inggt Fie earhler' years ofemy. medi o. military career, I was selected as the assist. ! ant-surgeon i.of- theArmyi LunaticAsyunim | thien established in one of the eastern counties of Englaid;i'At the'timeniof.the appdiitmeif, I was given to understand that it was one which paid; a; highj :complimnent' to.my pro. fessional abilities, and was bestowed as a reward for good services done; but as I did not see it quite. inrthe;same light, I went and interview the chief'who had thought so much moie of me than Idid of myself. " Sr, S 'said ' I, I"some' men are .born to honors, others hive honors -thrust up them'; the latter iis' mycase.' \1\ ddo't-iideristAd one bit about.the treatment moral or medical of tie insane. " ne'versaw buitone madman in mylife, and he, Iverilybelieve, was m6 knave than fool; and I can't help thinking that ifyou send men t' thqAsy*um,-you. are sending therod man fo fiintoth sqire " Thatis n~of the sl'ightest consequence," answeref...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. Hetels and other' houses are requested tdo send 'in their revised v?visitors' lists on Thursday afternoon. : Mr and Mrs D. Whyte and family - ' S Grieve , ,, Lewers ,, Osborne ,, Stewart ,, H. P. Walker ,, ,, J. Hutchins ,, ., O. Mills ", Saqui ,, Zucker .Mr and Mrs.--James' McPherson, G. G. Morton, T. .Moubray, Mc1innon, -A. Bayne, L. Parsons, C': 'T. Perks, J. Crowley, - Mrs Stern and family" Mrs.--Barnard, Clarke Boyes, Crossen, Cumming, McGee ,Misses.-Watson, Barnard, Green, Hors hall, Roberts (2), Peck, Hutchins, Vaughan, Solomon (2) 'Messrs J. A. M'Donald,; D. Watterson, W. S. McKenzie, A. G. Dickens, 0. Barrett J. Thompson, J. D.. Thomspson, E. Pilkington, Hughes, R, Horsfall, H. McKenzie. J. D. Horsfall, F. A. Hor" render, .Scott,, (2), H." Campbell, Neilson, W. G. P. Sharp, T. Wcstbrook Smith, Reminiugtou, Bateson, Dawson D. White, Mdirisen ;J. Hay,'N. Mailer, Forster, , Campbell, D.' Jones, A.. I. Mc(:rae, )'. G. Pepipin

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &q. DEEP PLOUGHING: USEFUL AND INJURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

• AJ DEEP,PLOUGHIN!: VSEFUL AND . INJURIOUS. One".lntelligent, pra'etical farmer will tell you liis experience has shown codnclusively that .deep ultre.&df tlih soil is'imtportant and highy:profitable.- ~n6other;'of eqiuail in Lelligence Id'experience, will asseirt that he pos itivel? knovs-ddeep, plo ihing to' b? very injuridous. Both may'bd right.' Th' aigricul. tural jpiornals have.albioided in"such state ine~its .diuring thirty years past. An ex aminhafoio .o the'iwhy and wherefore will affo'Fd' ?iseful lesson. " Hlow do" lants get' the materials that in crease their: bullk ? ' Mainly fromiitheair. A loamlmadea up' alino'st wholly of sand ,aiid clay, after' growinig two or? three tons per acre of o looer, for example,'will contain more vegetable or organic matter thai before bear ing lie crop. The -leaves have upon their suaee ,aast number of very small mouths or openings, oftenibvera hundred thousand upon a single square inch; as shown by 'the microscope. TEfough these ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTARLINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 23 February 1884

PORTARLNGTON RACES. Tihe above races were held. yesterday, and owing to the unpropitious state of the weather the attendance was not so good as expected, although upwards of. 500 person" were present. The events were well contested for, and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed througlhoit. :Maiden race. .. -Don Quixote, 1; Beeswing, 2; Little Nell; 3 Ladies" Bracelet. " Qnily broughtiout. three st1iters, .Su warrow, winning ..1by aboui':' six _lengths from Maud, Beeswiilg third. Portarlington. Handicap. Chloris, 1; Forloiin,'2; Gellaite 8. S Selling.Race. Won by Punter,. and was offered by '1Mr. Dally and bought in by, the owner for.£10. t ,' Stewards:' Purse. Five horses, started for this event, Don coniinghorie the .iiiner by, a neck from Gellart,l Forlorn:third. is :'"H'?ck race. .This was won by Saxon.:; Five started for this event, but only thrie were left at the finish.::: Ballieu's 'Jack, running d?ff the :course, and'. :O?ttier's TommyS 1)od fell: wh en about; "half, ,way round...

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