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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

r` usc8 as r 1ehou,, , a Bi u 'Nin AND Co. , i i: +, J . ,Y " ENTS, •. ; ? !. 7.:,; ,6D,` .:,- ::, O ;- ' " : .: . IZA TiTREE .'': ' . ,-L K I D S '0 ' " . .Eity,"T 11",). .:C APF_, ; OUSE. O pposter the CoIhni1 :Bank).1 aYo Can Bu IRON-FRAMEDi ORON I 'e . . iN :6 BW.. T, T::O WN.SI SOne" ..... . r ' "l' Fac" " , OR iioaly' Sitr uments. viotls, " STRi NG, BWa S Ai P s1A 3r0S 3! iEXPERuEED WORK NEW IlUSI by Every lall. -Vist Outlying Districts and keep Instru. FOR t H QI"SD WIOWNED NEW D"DAVIS" '1f HIGH-ARM VERTIGAL FEED Soawin n I ah in, S i. g ALLY NDS OF : SrEWNO MIAOHINES, , ?., , .BHAND OR TREADLE, FOR',. ' CASH OR TIME PAYMENT. W, I. DIXON:& Co. .g respeotfully to thank the public Sar the very liberal support they have iso long enjoyed, and solicit a continuance ,of pst favours. 4he suucess wi have att e4, ~i,..ka for itself. INTENDING BUYERS • .hould INSPECT the STOCK of: . F.. DIXON & Co, 1ianoorto i AND music Warehousemen, 87: ELIZABETH STREET, (Opposite Colo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

L 'A Sip pe vent-A Launc. A;Literary "tost"--The pillar box. A geh'leiman, wvho has recently lost an eye, begs to intimate that he haspnow a "vacancy Patti is said to have once refused an offer of marriagee from Brigham Young. He wanted her to sing his babies to sleep. S-Splendid- lisa :',ou'veot there Must Hliavecosi ia lot. Ho\vJiuch icli1'i i." Don't know.' Man wasn't in shop when I took it." -; i Giving a yellin'g)baby opiates to make it sleep may kill the baby. Not giving it oIiatesowill be!veryapt tb{ kill the parents. Itis diffdiiilt t? tellvh~at to Clo. -The-Chicago-journal knowsa-thing-or two] isay" When-ena iaan inanes-he-is a pro phet and a philosopher, he takes to long hair .J-.iBy.by, love,'Lhe-murmured as he started down'to the office in the morning; and she did, to Ithie extniit offadive guinea bonnet. He says "Good-mormnng now. . watery apostle in a speechremarked: a)ter !;wfit a blessi ng., why two-thirds of thisglobe is water." "Yes," interrupted a voice; "-its nou...

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Many Advantages. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

M~any Advantages. The proprietor of a local newspaper has. many privileges. He cah almost always get' a five shilling place free at a show by giving away five pounds' worth of advertisements. 334

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Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Protection. He was a young man, and a proud one, and had written a most .exhaustive letter to thiis newspaper, winding up with " from my lengthy experience I can fairly lay claim to some knowledge of sporting." And he told all his friends ;he had written to our?iaper. Our fat-headed compositor set it up '"spout-, ing ;" and ever since thatissue appeared that young man has refused food, and goes about declaring he will wade, knee-deep in ouri gore. We have chartered two constables lb guard our sacred person.. We, like -the Age, thoroughly believe in piotection.':

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A Dead Man's Face. A GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

A Dead Mans s-Face. A GHOST STORY. BY. THE AUnTHO or " CALLED BACK." i'agiiative' beings who invent marvellous tales maytake what license they please, but a iimple' iiiatdr is;othinig if not accurate ;'so, before beginiing this, I looked' up old .corres; pondence and various memoranda made at the time when the"following things occurred. The first ij5rer?ibion wlih 'I put my' hand heas a letter.: Timay as wllopen:with a copy ofit: 1 "Dear old Boy,-I have met her at last mhy fate-the one woman in the world for me. Nothing is-settled"=as -yet7::but'-I"shouldanot write this unless hope were a certainty. You must wish me joy, although she is a widow and an American-two qualifications which Iknow yotowill-find"fault"with:."No'matter ;"when` _ou seeher you will recant, and be, envious. 'u ee, "Claud Morton". The writer -was my.brother-I ywas goingto ~ iy'monly brothib, t!I habd ihanitheoionce; ,although` thealessasaid about him :the' better. ,Nearly. every: family has, its black sheep. O:u...

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He Wouldn't Stay. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

le .Wouldn't Stay. .. He entered our office: just as we were pre paring to go out for our midday threepeihiorth, a roll of manuscript 'peeping from his coat tai pocket. . !'cPerhaps I disturb you?" he said. "Oh not at all. Take a sdat," we' said politely, and, seizing our pen, we commenced to scratch away at the rate of sixty lines a minute. " You are doubtless deep in some impor tant scientific paragraph," he said anxiiusly, "Well!1 hum I ah I not exactly, but ygqt won't disturb us in'the least. We were about Writing an article onnionkeys. You may be. able to assist us.:, Sit'down, sir ;" but he -wouldn't' stay.......... ...........

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An Old Bird. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

;? ,AnOld Bird. In the streets near Leicester square there are nany such hops as Mr. rBirch'e. To the unaccustomed eye; an'd `ontrasted with the neat 'and: tasteful 'arrangements of t, West endI shops, ; all- is. chaos here - bed-chairs and sofas, tables, dim-looking pictures, and cracked china vases are' heaped together in 'lidoliy' codiifsion.:> The things many , of them-look worthless arid' 'one' wonders where the people exist =who. would buy them and how, Mr. Birch contrives. to live. Look at that 'diity stuiffed parrot now i Once, perchaiiice, t was'clean: and protected by a glass case- now it: rests on 'a broken stand, leariing helplessly: agaidst the :foot of':ama hogany ,towel-horse,,yhich piece of furniture lias the. lismal appearance of havingdis coviered 'tat': all is vanity." " Mr. Birch himself "a' small witheiedi looking man-advance to the, narrow open iiig his goods allowed him, and stood at.the door one drizzly November morning. He witched 'the busy passengers wit...

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Wig Wags. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Wig Wags. BY OUR HAIRDRESSER. " I want my hair trimned, please." "That's scissor-ly seen, sir." " Pray don't favour me with your. imperti., aenoe, or I shallpatronize :another barber." "And cut' me ? 'Twould only be tit-foir tat, seeing that I gashed you last time you. had a shave.t:. " Go on with your work. No, I don't wnut any 'f your lirrid p"made oi my head.'' " But sirely, sir, la ;mop like yoirs ' bears greas'-ing.?'? "I said no.. Is your lather ready,7" "Let's soap so, sir." "Dodio youir quips,.i, manind take care of that?pi~ple.?' -?, - S"p1 I.presumei you would razor row: on the spot' if I beheaded it, sir ?'! , " Most undoubtedly. There isyour coin." ' ItTiik you, sir, andcongratulate you.j having got out of your ' scrape 'so asily." ,

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Another Page of English History. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Another Page of English History. SBy. A COLONIAL ROMANCIST.,: It is a striking fact, and one calculated to afford-the modern philosopher hours of con flicting thouglhts,' that all historians; great and small, renowned and obscure, authentic and otherwise, have agreed on one point the earliness of the Ancient Britons. Why the early Briton should have been more so that contemporaries, I have never been able to discover, but the fact remains incontesta-; ble, and the proverbial early worm becomes, iu comparison, a frightful example'of dila tory slotih ..... , . At this distance of time it is difficult to learn whetlier this characteristic of the 1Britons 'was looked upon as a virtue or a failiug-(Our staff are inclined to thilk' the' latter... The-.Easterns assert. that no.man. with an atom of respect for himself wou'd think:of leaving his bed until eleven o'cliock; unless it were Derby Day-or his wedding day)-but it seems probable it was the result of their circumstances. -: -. .: - T...

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He was a Hero. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

He . was a Hero. ..A country gentleman, going his, rounds after his dinner in the dusk of the evening, saw a great snake coiled up in his garden walk. With singular bravery and presence of miind lie immediately got ani axe, cut the crcature into a hundred pieces, returned to the house, told everybody about his exploit. and went to bcd. Next morning his gari dener came to him in great tribulation. " " Wel Gcorge ?" "A curious thing has happened in the gar den, sir." "Yes, George." It's cit' to pieces, sir] Some villain musti ha' done it. ' S"A villain, George! 'Twas I did it, with my own;hand, George " "You, sir?" " Yes, I, Gcorge. I 'don't suppose there's another man in the country with the pluck to do it but myself." "To do what, sir?" "To, cut to pieces and kill that frightfti snake." " Lawvk, master.! 'twasu't a snake--'twas only the garden hose !"

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My Strange Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

My Strange Visitor. Towards the close of a sultry, oppressive November day I was seated in my study,> situated at the top of thehouse, commanding an extensive and beautiful view.; Through a? trap-door in tle ceiling I'could gaini the~iooff where I loved to sit of. a summers :-:eve.: Below was the stone wvaliof an orchard ;'near; it a tall poplar: tree,;' tl; topmast :bran`ches' were :close and oi. a level withi,y opien window. On this afternoon nmyihousekeeper had gone to town, and John, my only other servant, had fallen asleep. I was deeply en gaged writing when the light was suddenly obscured, and I saw a man spring from the .tree intothe~ rom, andcbefore.lcould.say.a. word he strode to the door turned the key in the lock andthrewvit butsof the window. Thought' o6f 'lurgllrs and my loneliness flashed across my brain; but inbroaddaylight' that was preposterous. Leaning across the table, cunningly and almost imperceptibly he moved it so as to pin me against the wall, saying: "Don...

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The Colonial Blighted Affections Assurance Company Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

The Colonial Blighted Affectio0 , Assurance Company Limited. The above is the title of a new commercial idea, the prospectus of which reads- :The objects. of this office is to guarantee the affections of lovers, or, in cases of blighting, to offer suitable pecuniary cpim pensation.; Its advantages are.. manifold. Pecuniary compensation is grateful to a wounded spirit; 'the law recognises its jus tice, and continual cases of breach of pro mise testify'to its-popularity. But then the ,public exhibition of::heartstrings involved, and the publication of gushing correspon dence 'in: the "newspapers, have their little ,unpleasantness. We avoid all that. There is no publicity., The compensation is liberal, and the securi~y undoubted. * . THE COLONIAL BLIGHTED AFFECTIONS ASSURANCE .COMPAT LIMITED. SForm of Application.: 1,. Sex. 2. Age next birthday. 3. Name of presento;'bject of affection. 4. Statc.if either of :youlhave -been blighted before. If so, which, and why, and 'generally how?abot...

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Bonner's Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

The Report thlt ,obertBonner has bhoght' Maud S., paying Mr. Vanderbilt*40,000 dols. for the famous trotter, was taken as an in. dlication that heintended toretain'thi distiinc" tiou of owning the fastest roadsterhi "tlie world', 'and his purse is long enbuglii'o peirai. such purchased without ;perceptible teffect upon its condition. ,Mr, Bonner .owns a vacant block on 'ifth avenue which is said to be. i.orthialiou' 4,q0000o00 dolsriIand ha has other property enoigh, ;besides ;the Ledger, to make him a rich man., 1He h;as paid nearly 400,000 dols. for' fast hoirs'es horetofore, his first purchase being that of Lantern and Light in!i1S59 for, 9,000 ýdols.., He paid 40,000 dol .',fbor,Pdakhouifas, 3;,00o dols. for Dexter, 2,b,00 'dols." for Edward Everett, 20,000 doles. for Startle, 10,o000 doles for Edwin Forrest, and .36i000i dols.:fok Rarus. Dexter's record in 1807 .was 2;:17, and that of Rarus in 1S71 was 2:131; ' Ma'id S. is now ten years old, and doubtless she might lower her la...

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His Narrow Escape. A VERY FRENCH STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

' His Na'row Escape. ~ VERY A ER FRENCH ·STORY. "So,:monsieur, le. comte," said I, " withi all the duels you've fought, all the intrigues you've been through, you never-yet killed a± man?" ; "Sapristi ! :no.d 'I amtoo quickldfieye, and, too sure of hand for that. To kill them oitv right would pleasure 'ile not at all. I love to AN EASTERN B EA519 z see them walking about with a limp, and a scar on the face, their beauty spoiled and their happiness marred. But I once went very near to killing myself. Shall I tell you how that was ?" We replenished ':ofir glasses, and lit fresh digars. Then my friend, St. Armand, of the 'Freiioh; diplo6iatic~ ldevice, ;who~ h'oke : all languages, was skilled with all weapons, and made love to all women, proceeded, in fluent English, as follows- I was very young, was very much in love, and had reached the extreme depth of the abyss of despair. There could no longer be any doubt that Adrienne was faithless to me; and I had resolvedl to kill myself. A mo...

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1885 NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

SATUBDAY, -FEBRUARY 7,1885 NEWS AND NOTES, i TThe hotels are all. Full and. every habit-. able house is occupied, so we cannot complain about tle tinei ,'only it is a pity the laving down of'the rgas pipes was not carried out before, the duist arising from the work'being very unpleasant'to visitors aind destrictive to the storek epers O the whol???ie',sanitary' CoIinitionf of the Cliff reflects great credit on those, con nected with it: A tea meeting will be held at 3(arcus Hill on Tuesday, the 24th iist, in aid of: the' church fund.. For further particu lars see advertisement. 'It is, ;not true that the Cliff sank, two: fees last Tuesday, on account, of the num ber of visitors.:: No,;the' reason' is' that the tide was exceptionallylow,v we found it soat the Baths. In the, coming week wve expect to ar-. rive a new job printing ,inachipne, called' the Arab The Arab ihas blien placed' by tihe tirstees in the' Britishimuseum as the ipri?iting minachine whiehl has reached the highest st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

rAdvertsing "Miedium for S Districtr' " i" ?r.·.. . .. . .. : .. "" ' . : : , . ' . T. GE O;It ,'S '.M H.a .,UR CiH : " j i{ l. ii ti' '':f4;. ?;HA'RVEST, ? ?:ES'IIIVA'lyg], ' , . ,-- ii ' bi- y , 15 th .Febrt.iry 4 ¢i , , i , It I uc.'ted 4thaht:cbOntbutionsl of draint lbe- t de 1ietParona'gelerly ii' the wil .,of fr uit,; latr trhan, inSatulday:morniu .t?'l !A t CPA U S. Hi(?L? L 111 ,-.E " ,? , IIA'iTEA ::MEETING :ivill' behth liii' ihe C ulirirc iScoolhouse" . I . ri.*;i4.t .-- -M tii-Mi, the 24th 1 Coinmenciati ti 30I'.°" 3uidresses-v ill be -given b?'rthe 'Revs, J Gardlner, H. J. Wilkinson. and others. ";.''. rlt : Intfervals of Music; -,'r Queenscliff Band will be precont.;:' ::, v,'ri' ., Tickets Is 6de . ch A. musements. ? ASfiEMBLY i meets in the Foresters 'Halli CA.,.vnnextf Wcdnesday. Dancing, to comni Ipeneea~ 8.30.,, t .-,l t ar n .? voirk i· r mi a ii, ,i -. lhb~ nobtw 'ujn' ,?lllt y tbhel Seh; : i?Tr''iewiyeTW!ondmrs of Foreign'LAinds :.ii And 'yewý riaels ofye.D.iik...

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Borough Council. Monday, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

SMondiay, 2nd February. P: resent-Tihe Mayor (Cr Sto?cnidn), irs Adliians., Arkins, Baillieu,,Cottier, Cuzens,;Ratnkin. The town clerk read a ;considerable& amonunt of correslpondence ha\ving refer cnce?to business transacted at a previoiis imeetiig of the coincil: With ieegard to. the recieation.i.eserve' trant, tlhe' Mayor stated 'that" he 'had' interview'ed ' Coloinel'' S argood; ~siid Scratchley, i and :the latter i gentlemnia hdmitted that he. had proinised that the borough' should receie ,compensation on, kccount of the old reserve being, required' for mnilitary purpioses bnt lihe had iiot tlie piiei? to award it. CoIdiieleSargood adi.itted that in: such a case as this vhiit 'one: Goveriiiients had pro mised, its successen- ought not to -repudiate, but the claim had not been properly pdit befdre hii'. The Mayor added'that if tliis ýwere done, hei thought the Spolts lith would gettheir grant. OCr. Cuzens moved that a fresh ap plication be-:made for £200.: -Thiis was dar...

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CRICKET. QUEENSCLIFF v VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

CRICKET. I QU?EENSCLIFF V VISITORS. The return match betwecn .these:teams was played on Saturday last and resulted in another win for Queensoliff. The Cliff team were, the first to bat and were ,not disposed of till 107 were put together. J. Fanning played an excellent innings for 26, which was the highest, A. Wil liams, Burrowes, Wells, and F. Stephen all obtained double figures,with 21, 19, :11,and:10 respectively.: Of the bowlers for the visitors Vance was the most suc cessful obtaining 6 wickets'fori 23 :rins. On the. visitors. goii g to the wickels, Fanningiand Stephen were put: on to 'bowl and proved , most: deadly:. The forimer obtained 6 wickets for 20 runsi'nd th:e ?ttei" 4 for .15. The°inmings closed for:: 40 of which Vance made 15, he being the only only one to obtain double figures. The visitors folloved ' on'- tleir innings and were making a better stand i than in the first, they having put together G fqr the loss of 5 wickets "'Stp l in was nitn his usual form. The mii...

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The Cradles of the Deep. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

% .The Cradles' of the Deep. : BY JEFF, CEOLER.,, A predilection for the watery element, both fresh and salt, has always been.a weakness of mine from my earliest youth; :?aiiiitlie reading of Captaii arryatt's works and others that told of those who went down to the sea in ships; held me in thrall, and led to a resolve on my part to become a hero of tb hstormy deep as ioonias a chance pre sented itself. I must confess that my marauding in stinects led me to prefer the free and easy life of a piratie chief anid I learned with re gret as.l grew older that business in that, 4line did not offier uiucliiduciement to en-' i torprising young men of. my stamp to embark in, and that all my private rehearsals in the back yard of 'the,paternal mansion, as a ra pine-loving corsair, had been so much tine.i wasted. e, .I I jn Well do I remember my extemporised pi :raticaleBruiser ii tit gin r large'indd pud- i dle in the aforesaid back yard, the m'aternal Sclothesline:andipdrop"splayinig an impor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

A. ndescr iption of General n ira?rng execOuted in Hrst-class Style with O Quc Despatc and f oderate Price, at the Office of tuted h"p1: -idr ewrsipaper.Q i- the Advertising Department every effort is made to satist om ers-Speal nducements rorsarg vertisents, andLo Quotations for

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