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Sharing Their Hero's Honor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

I Sharing Their Hero'S Honor. Tiere is rivalry i athletics, of course but much less' 6f petty jealousy than! an outsider would suppose,, ; . Nothing, i'for .'instance, could be more humane and amiable than the frank respect' that the boys feel for one another's physical : p r o w e s s . , ' , ( , ;' \ . I. : , : . r In the present writer's early years, there was a boy'at sclidl'wlio'had the reputation of being a gobd'runner. Every morning he would arise' betimes; and run round the two mile square before breakfast. ,Occasionally some of.us would attempt to. accompany'im on 'hisjourney, nut we gener allry found it inconvenient to piresshim too hard. ! : * * : ; - i There was a point in the second miile where the beauty of repose seemed more dedirable- than, 'any activrity' B;at becaiise he could not catch him, did we ir'evile him or ostracise him?ý, By no means. He was the 'pride and darling of the'school. He could do better than any of us what each of us could do in his own degree, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Curate and His Cure. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

: The Curate and His: Cure. Mr. Drake, B.A., was a curate of the deepest dye. He had not so much principle a 'a;lj?1afknt tand ! h cameto Cobklebourne with the express purpose of marrying the richest and least objectionable of his con gregation The difficulties before him were few. In personal appearance he was .so'siniple and'sweet that even his rector,-the Rev. D. Trump, thought him a fool; what more could a girl of five-and-forty desire? 'It was;;:not ,a question which of the spinsters of Cocklebourne he should marry, ,:but wIhichi:odf:the tempting .creatures ;he: should reject. They followed him whither soever'ii'heweat in sixes and sevens. They made him sufficient slippers to stock a ware house; and they wrote letters to him, marked "private," containing the burning thoughts they !dared n6ot utter in, the pre. f. is ence. of ; their, ;dear,.friends. i Each letter was tintamount.to an offerof marriage; but their claims were soequal that he could not decide, ,and ,hereplied to al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

~ y2 de scription of' General Printing executed in First-class Style with Qt T I: *uick Desp atch and for Moderate Price, at the Oie o made usNthis ewspaper. In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisf astomers-Special ,Inducements . for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotations for all. to saif _________________________

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

public Notice s .. ISS .TOWNS END rbcs to" announce ,VJ t hat she is noir eadv to recelse pupile .in either snging or musea, at Mrs A iddle s . cotta'e, Mercer stree two Žvrs above the iSetineloffiee' :" :. :W. ;; v , I ~,,Im. T E ,i J Late of A!lender and 'White, 1 ,, Military Tailor'' nd Gentlenmei',, t ter, r Theatre RoyaliBuildings,'j' Su103a Sturt-steet, Ballarat:. .'Frst.elass cutter employed-slx years' expe rience at Buckley andNun's.i 'Begs to inform thde rsidets iid visitors of Queeneclif thiat lies ihoasr od:rt'o "'I SUPPLY 'FIREWO'OD in alllengths, atreasonaieprices Orders sent through the pet wil' b" prompty *tteunded to. -7'-r 1.11{ R n an crea. ,'' . .ji. ' .} .it 1: ?1'?' i" .:i i,: , ,-i Don't, fail to Visit SHORT AN) WALTER S, CASH DaAPERS, 72 I100R ABOOL STREET", Geelong ]"- ~ ~~~~':i v I:--'L~~h",:I; )' · f '!!!!7 : ' ?i4 ?" r :: , :O L~B?,ILEED aeelou u. ;1 on s. [ e. .- , A l b :. L. . .. , t... . . ' ! ,'' , . ..;ir f th, . :1 bu,=1:, C ? L' e h f i 1 1Ttl.!' i...

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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

? g. I er When a- man has his..teeth filled, he chargkesthe cost:to incidental expen!ses.' i 'fe~ aprove: of `the ?proposed initoduction of women-barlierst; But" they?rsholild"have pretty mugs. , . . " Cheer ,up, he sad to `the wife of hi osom. 1"shall.only-be awa~y-for a week. " That's what I'm cry-.y-ingfor," she sobbed f" I thoughtit was a mo-o-nth." ; "Go to the ant," said Solomon of old. -" Come to.your, .uncle,"' says the.mg~lern Solomon, "vich" he'll lend you a fair price and ~take the greatetht of care of it, ma tNower neve horidyir of`^a^defauitling editor," said iw ? . 6atoishihg. creditor, laud ably anxious-to -uphold.the reputation of the., Press ." N-o-o,",replied the man with our aceouit'reflectively. " ,I suppose that is lie*? cause there is never anything to default."' "Your Worship," said the accused, "this is'a case 'of 'siuicide. He always said he wanted'to conmit suicide, but he hadn't the'" courage; so I helped him." "But whyT did you afterwards take his watch ?...

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FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

- ,, iFRININDSHIP.rii I , ' t :i a?" i'i e ;'" ( fi?ut Jt , ija"' ?ii allservicei? tiue serrice idhie it lasts Of ýfrieids, however humble, spn..; nestone; `d . , ann.i The disy, by the; sladw thati1j cast, T E i iPrbtects the l tngering ewo ro flroln tifo ?i i ev ' .* i. T h,,?r ,lay lnd .. , l.rs + .7! 1 : Tm. lthe Rolr '9 ii d i teon odf'c ,' r'oiiur. oi?es d.: .,I ill of e i riIn '. ri o ffE LariE - u C O.UTIEn lDtin D., ,+? mok , Unn..A *i'lJIB:i i A CRD. nTed. o A l Wrs theo l frUmi'Unn o. tores an re of all. kitrl , oit olffeifs ar, mnr.l, youR ,RE T 0iu1sinils ' l~ Tini ,jtrerlyl in ,.ottles, 2s. d, ardl lb eachQby hiOmnlr s au ; -Patent.Meto hrepae p'ndtrs etorv wherev .;taeih PmlprleorS, sTit:in D;To ork, .N\Cit 1ID.AND COUNTIsDiv?'Cb ;if'n E gla d.. A CARD.--To,'A T-t 'Wr6 )?rUrrI:tsn iP, r from' the errors i and' idisicretion- of i youth, .iervone wesi noss,+ehrly leoraý;:,,loss, lf" ? nn, bood. &,,, I' will' Fendd a'recpei8 that'ir li ure,m y.rou,:FREE OF CHARGE...

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Public Library. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

Thiere`--i gionlattendance at i'is adljiurned;.aipnualuaiieetit on. Iueesday .ngLt,?LLitnl a.lll'took great llli? n the s,.th.Lhe Secitd2L:;, ?:13 ,.,, Ir uaR,',rci the'fllohwiug report,--. l ,i' n, r:,; ...In pesentmgthi?erdeport for the' past eai, the lom t iittee woullt' renihid'tdlie SUOSCri Del'a ?all ,G e pupucy ielO g ieL1rw, thatl' the i?alteried charact ?t of ? theinastiiitdte; resultiug from public meetings .held di; theceise 'iio then' ~c:ii ,eccs i tates a new delature as to its scope nIdt future giJverluien?t. ' " i ,, . ~ It was felt 'l, the committee tl?atthe institute ie(luirpd ?i5' be' eniliti'l' ai pl:Cced tupoti ;,i wilde, basis; aititd wih that view, it was' resilrolh d,. with: the cose?iitof lthe subrcriibeis, ;to;changeh il into Tv-ree I?tilic Libi'niy ;itr mler to ^ eep. abreasty of the' tim tOes a1eo 10-, datea ,greateirnumberi.of +isitcorrs,and;to secures larger; sh re of the :Government giuitifort blhihmg puIrposes:,t ,t " n! i, . cilgo e itooil pla'cei th ...

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APPLE MARMALADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

f A ; , APLE MARMALADE. Peel, core and thinly slice, good cooking apples (applesthat;cook to a smooth pulp easily); allow "three-quilartersf a pound of loaf sugar to one pound apples; put the sugar in a preserving? pan (a tin orlron saucepan will turn them black), witl lialf/? ,teaclipful df water to six pounds of sugar; let it graduaill mell,'andi boil it for ten mhinutes. Then put inite~eslired apple;-aind a few cloves, cinnamon or lemon peel to flavoyr if liked?` Boil rapidly for an hour, skim well and put in jam pots. It should be quite a smootht °pulp-eclear and a bright amber color. Will keep good for twelve months. Another way, to boao like orange marmalade :-Choose hard apples th'it dd hot'coolttfo a soft pulp, such as russets; -core, but, do not; peel them ; make a syrup of. tliree pounds of loaf sugar to a pint of water, and. and boil it for twenty minutes to make it syrup.: Put ii the jlplli thilyesli?e??dfiboil"iuikly for af'hour, flavoas preferid.'Thi' i ma-, lade" bear...

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PROCRASTINATION. To the Editor [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

Lls cr 1T./ 1 1· ". ': _r`; .,ý..$Llj `. +' ?('J . ;trrlF/ ! ~il 11 fir i ead':iii:c;~iwii lt rir~d riwi te" }' 14 t'; C(~ i) ;ii} ti n` t O tt I'I &1 h.t1 'lu9f j r·· rU i!Ire 'r!a ;millid, ' r-:,kit lt 4itc 1 jot 3 the..ir"j!ir.ose 'ici -;:cns~iJeiinaig.thoit I ewi '`Guinrea ;'uCIi* fc,"p :itwi1thi'tM object 'of, ":til nfintli I. ,_!Oe hand' of 7;tbt. t_ e tv rii r rnenL ,iii pits etid~i s to obtain ]ttblice, afar tileAusitalian Coloniealgeer'u ly. It 11 Mr otg tzo alludiiio tOallde' toith is iUictt b t 'snuiy to tIIe{ft'ct thiao'in m .ienting lias yet nolut 1dtldin fu6her'IoiAf qnie councii "table -.I-'ýi;l i;rhat is theg' of ;pnssren ryccsoluthiruiif theti. 'innifJ ca ried mý o' ff.;. .,.,. l:. ' tL. 1 tiOnil was ,drawrnto the defective.. ate of footpathhlr ediu~totigtthe beacli~ianl t:IW ,1 aor Fproitused titt'eo atteu i then matt rc withoiut~doy dd et hi~n baGeii done. .in the~ riiattcr~ nor, paieiirelfad~lV S oif I~ ssrý f7t;7 ntetiatrnr r, ee nly ;if--Cthe`°Mgr'i' pr...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

" The fellowing is a list of matches: to be, played during the season bythe Queeunscliff Cricket Club :- : : . Jan.,31st--St ,Paul'sUnion at Queenscliff. Feb:.28th--2nd Geelong, at Queenscliff .:.:'

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QUINCE MARMALADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

. "ý .Qt UINCEBMARMALADB. SRub ofall the down from the quinces and cut iff' tlie t£pp'~ id stalks: Put the quinces in a preserving pau, with plenty of water, and boil till they are soft.r Then remove them from the fire and passthe pulpthrougha alirl seive,'and beat it till it is soft and, white. . Weigh the pulp, and to every pound allow two pounds of sugar. Put the sugar. on,the fir with .ater, and let it boil till it is thick, rand will ifall from the spoon in flakes, commonly called feather point. Take the pan.off the fire and mix in the pulp, and keep on adding by degrees till it is tolerably thin, when it will mix more readily, with a larger quantityr of sugar. When all is wellitixed turn the pan to the fire, and lit:the', mixtide!get thoroughly warm, but do not let it boil, and stir all the time or itwill get burned., Put the jtim into jars anil let'it stand in he'-sin for two or three days, when there ought to be a thick crust on the top.. TThis marmalade isvery good for cold...

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QUEENSCLIFF V VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

QUEE SCLIFF V VISITORS. These teamns'niet last Satiday forthe first time thi,?:easdii Oa :the recreation ground.'" Last season..a ni ber` of watches aere :played betieei tfle local club and teams of visitors whichi alvwavs,; iks It'dei :.iiij: wýýin fort" ., ~Qnuencl~ii teai~ri.: ()ti stii S t~imhfy N;Is it~lhd'/il,~ttoh. $wi&ý3'very' yin l .r+v r y " . ing c te jI1 1f;I .: st' se I Who "I Ri9L~h l~lIO , hjel~t~ toc evia thsý thecei{} `:wa e? tei w'ri1'c r t mi w do ill:'iihi S acii'.niii er td afO tnl trnar o31i *a the _,$, 'ato ers t infl o clrl uu ntý ith" 9l t i i I dior ) a Gr ;tntnn dFnnu ts for 4 eTae t I {t' it i, !, ii P %ýl tcli3~r ~ ~ · rs iiii : 1) 1 Alinrsll.F#r ' * \Id[bel~ n;'#{ i .dl:n Vain er5't~vo c i owii,~ r. hitnc 0arcrrt Irill dl' cý F 1" .'b Inon -Bi s 10 r4'niith ýf lc'nt t. () -~r ~ '-ii T udrze5' t~ý ý.1;ýt $f12S cre-lin..kea \\l~na ,ote aliui, °.3 iwickt 0 ;nc kts ilT{iii1 r Qu1 i .os-=1-st inngs 1sr iotu.{ `t br i ,n b: ·tll' Pke :i (iYon ain ad b...

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BRANDIED QUINCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

BRANDIED QUINCES. 4 Pee nsome small ripe quinces and'allow half a pound of loaf sugar to one pound of fruit; boil the quinces in barely sufficient water to cover them ; drain them and put aside to cool; empty the water out of the preserving pan and put in the sugar, moistening it with a little of the water in which the quinces were boiled, and let the suarliil'fr-ten-minutes; put in the quinces and let them boil rapidly for half an hour. Place them in wide mouthed jars, as free from syrup as possible; boil down the syrup until it jellies when dropped on a plate; set aside in a large jug or bowl, and when quite cold mix an equal quantity of good brandy with the syrup and pour over the qauxces mi the jars. Cover closely withpplier dipped'ii `vliits of ekg--LdndoA Quein. t

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The Major's Manœuvre. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

The M jor's d anceuvre. Walking-one fine morning in the Tuileries 4Oarden, Icame across an old acquaintance. Theretwas no'mistaking the pompous strut, the dandified air, and dyed moustache of my friend Major Bunt, although he had grown considerably stouter since last we met, He was one of those ubiquitous individuals, who lead a precarious existence on the Continent, elking out of their slender means by pro ficiency in billiards, whist, ecarte, and the art. of extracting loans from their friends. I-had known the major for some years, from meeting him at different places, and found him for a short time rather an amusing com panion., The major greeted me with boisterous effusion;, and, although he did not fail to ask me'?:iflI, had a: five-pound note about me, seemed in much more prosperous spirits than was usually, the case. His moustache was freshldyed and waxed,. his shirt collar clean, hi"sh'at?well' brushed,: and his attire con siderably, above the average. It was the first time ...

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The Household ORANGE TART. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

S, " ORANGE TART i Take four Seville oranges; 'sq ieee the juice and pulp fromi themit iboil the oranges until quite tender, ad ad;double their weight of sugar, and pound fruit and sugar to a paste. With a tea. sjoonful of butter and the juice of the oranges beat,well;together, adding the pulp, also freed from 'ip aid' pith'; line a shallow pie dish with a light paste~ put'inthe orang'e paste, bake it and covei with custard or cream.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

Advertising 2 ediumfor Po tarlligton And Drysdale :Districts, .. boddoer I I; s , , I 3t IT &_ u___vi____,______ n _ 'ciAPUBIC:MlETING,.iu connc9 ioa.w'zh fiuneetiiag;Willi beI:.lVIIuuLLde A1di U," i'hiulii' .ditribltted ohtM nii:la'i,,i , I, r ''. At cllic: i.)ni will; .lbe whdeiiiin,ul of' e oivitýyV aiLu n ,A.uxillit"y tlrunchwllf be S t,. -, .ctio. ales. , z"IS(?3 ýSUIlO D'' FUR \ITiURI .T, S'BUNTING ii instructed by the ownerl -:,r li??maiii Gnfford;E q: (whose u iily i. re9 uin g ifo * Will i'?uimiif uto i'hll by pubLc tinfli if o e ile ilreitnise~±: Kig?g'strect; at 2 o'clddWon Erdiiy1 4ly ? btruary, Allrlixfstil-his saiid-iwdellkepbE tf NI. . .:s iJAuctia neer, , ; , Til~ TlSt~S .AYC 29ith knd'SSATURlDAY, SIt q' w 31st8 Jarintr3. .. ,ilr . '?' , I; lleturn h ckeh i t y}Exuion s e re t $ rl1beikssu;dteq p fi cngrs Dvtnrs? trams on ch l ayoin es otom ftil R inIamr,..r a tr. Qee;'r . clit, cprdown, Col, i nigcht, . K E-rNS ..TON ," M READINO ROOM 'u AaCONCERT, will be h...

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

L) uring tlhe past twelve -mhinths :the re creatiou'; resources' of: Queensc iff ;have beenconlsiderably ijijtiroved. T~o1: Sports Clui . complose! of in'eieiicetic _ody 'of young men, have at ani outla-y, abouit £400, cleared, formed, and levelied a site' for recreation purposes, which :,with its :surrInilinisk anil close p:oini-ty ti tlihe each, 'affording a clear vieti of'tlhe eads, and a .passing shipping, cannot be ei 'celled; Adjiacent to the Sporlts ground the club i is ijust added. a tenilis cour at a cost of £13U0 chiefly for the' amuse mnent of visitors and picnic excvi. sionlists who in:past yvears lihave had nothliug in this wav to bi'eak.the monotony of coil it?ually strollin' on the sinlds. ",Visitors :generally are highi in their praiae of the' source-of, anuseinent thus proovided for themin, aild have greatly '' aviiled thlemn-. selves of the opporitunity to pafis; :a' 84 hours away at a friendly game at tennis, etc. Piciiic excursionists should ,dm'brace' the px iiv...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. PAVEMENT ARTISTS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

OUR ILLUSTRATION. PAVEMENT ARTISTS. i. ;NoI No. II. There seems to be considerable misappre. hension as to the profitsof this and similar callings. It is nota little difficult to arrive at the true facts in this particular, but we have reason to believe that from five to ten shillings a day is not a high averageat which to put the takings of a street gallery in fine weather. Doubtless the amount fltotuates; 'but it will generally be noticed.,tbat these men choose localities frequented by working men, and this is a wise discretion. The British ?,brkmilan is the most genierous'ofineiiiand it is seldom that he will not findria'. spare "' copper" or two to bestow, upon those who cater for his amusement or, appeal to his ready sympathy. Occasionally, too, an'd per haps not unfrequently, a 'small wiihdfall, in the shape of a shilling carelessly thrown upon the pavement by a wellto-do passer-by, swells the day's earnings. Of course, in bad weather the artist has to seek other means of maki...

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Champagne. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

-Champagne. , Ah ! thou {sparkling am 21 - ber vintage f frdm the sunny land of France ! to see the bub.. bles ?'er thy foamy 'surface dance! Most se dudtiveo is thy bottle-> t, ' ;.. cork so clear and . * much nicer to the i:! ;. : palate is, thy; taste thanlager beer: Bles sed are those vine-dlad, valleys and their grapes; " from which we gain all thy, soul enchantmg' nec tar, 0, thou 'winie of viwihe's; Champagne ! Claret, Port and old Madeira have' no oharms unto mine eye when a tin-foil. covered. bottle of, thy brand is standing °by; 'Many sshekels bhast' 'thoiiuo ost me.': O; ,tho.ujiquid.of.the gods ! And no doubt I e'er shall love r thee tillmI'mtplaced beneath the sods. But what' l?tdrit demon's in thee, 0, thou cheering drink divine, that next morn impaits a swelling'to this;aching I: head of mine? "Whenil drain thy cup have pity on thy ardeit 'devbot'e, afid from afterclaps;unplJasit: do, :I, pray, thee,keep me free. For, of'al tho sd'' '.'. thiights written;or lj y;mg...

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Not Fortunate. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 31 January 1885

" How tastefully the i roomu is, decorated," said Geraldine hMontmorenci to Adolphus de1 f)udely. . : -:" How ?" remarked- Adolphus. " I .have~ scarcely noticed it. I mean the aw-rooms (significantly)-I've something much better to look at, you know." . '"Ah1",replied the charming Goraldine, as she cast, her :yes.mQdestly down, " you are more fortunate than I am; I havn't." 333

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