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Out of Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Out of Town. " Where is your cashier 1" askedan old cus toi~er, of the ýa naniger· of a well-known pIriyat/e!fiaPri?l Piagney,:shottl, y after the Christmas holidays ; the said customer having lately, r eturned from Europe. 'eO~i of todvn! rpliced the banker. 2"'O?. I indeid," said the questioner ; "gone to a far off place for a long trip, I suppose." "Not very far," answered the' banker gravely; "only to Pentridge." " Pentridge !" ejaculated the gentleman. " Good gracious! for long ?" ....Eor. seven.yeaxs,".saidthe man of money blandly.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
All His Fancy Painted Her. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

He praised her ey.es so.seetly blue, Whose glance to him was bliss; ,, He praised hersoft cheeks' pearly hue ;;? (H;idncevei:dared to kiss.) He knel,\rthose Aovely, eyes were true, J3titthen that cheek-well, entrelnous, 1"'' ...iethougit he'dhl' ke to tesiit. ;," ;. ,, ;So gently drelwher to'iis breast; She laid her soft cheek there to ?ast, "i; Ad I4fte t wher shekriessed it:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

SEmbroidered' mustard-plaistersqare' no reognised as a necessaryfceature of a et c . People6 wioiave lost thei Principle can not lbe exp Ithd(to reta in mch{iterest church-going. 2 , e One wy'forr rýetrpasto lose her good name is trut, iJtAon ,er ,hann erchief. Qr she might aihit to her binch of keys. In sparring, lead off with your left. You can listen to the other fellow's explanation afterwards. Thatisthe wa we a ys do. "IJ lsa .ca?cad 81 young adies: start talking about a new dress pattern a small.boy with a tin horn is a refuge for the "Can there be happiness.where'there is no love I" solem¶ily queries' an aitor in a.book on marriage.-"No." Buiifth?igi ?is awfully rich there can be lots:of fun:i, .1 . An English physician has discovered thlat there are ],30,007. hairs on-a' man's'head. It. is unnecessary to add that this computation applies only to, unmarried men. .:;::: 'i "I :Breach of promise cases are always-or in nineteen cases, out of twenty-instigated by the girl's mothe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural, & c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

JIB11ictuf Urn, &ýj I iBRIEF N OTErS ' Air-stacked lime scattered in the poultry yards lpreventi aiieso0trihbleraiamodng th flocks. i A:; gardenerrlnqearii-Rocbester,! N. Y., who tethered his cow to the leeward of an onion patch had.'her c'eie 'e spdild for: bitte?, from being intensely charged with the odor of the onions imbibed from the air passing over the onion bed. Black raspberriesard rbopaated foii thue ,tip' of the currentyear's growth,-whichj bending ,down, take root wherever thie. ground is soft 'endugh. Only the tip bud shoild ble'iserted in -the ground, add'i soon ait'roots the'old wood should be cut away. The best medium in which to place cuttings of niearly all the ordinary house-plants is pure bluilding ahnd. This is to be kept very, wet until the; cuttings become root'ed. 'Thei oung plants areethen to be transplanted-iito sinal1i~ots-two to two and a half inches in diameter~inisoil con sisting pf, about,equal,partsqf well-decomposed manue,; loamy andd garden ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Do"—A Chapter for Married Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

"-Do "-A Ohapter for Married Ladies,. Do remember that you are: marired to a 'man and not to a,god; bep~repared fo: imn. Perfections. fI Do anticipate the discovery b? your hu s ;bandthati yon areu only a womran ' if you Rwere not' he wouldnot care about you. / Do, once in a way, let y ouriusbland have the last ord ( it ill g ratifymad be ho particular loss to you. i . Do let the sun into your home ; a man detests dark rooms, and his taste is of more importance than your carpets, curtains, or complexion. i Do refuse to tell ,.yourhome,,. orries,,to. your closest friend; they are nobody's busi ness but your own. Do remember that servants are made of ,the-same material'as-youare-; a'little'coarser grained, perhaps, but the same in essentials ; " one touch of nature makes the whole world kin.". Do respect their feelings and attachments ; let the* pretty parlor maid have her lover openy he will have himfany way, and if ,you )iayeher confidence you may save hr lifelong misery. Do try and...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Jockey's Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

A Jockey's Life. For a steady boy in a good stable, who really rides well, obeys orders, and is honest, the pecuniary rewards are':considerable" A' salary of £20 or £25 per; month; a-supple. mented by £5 for riding, £10 for winning a race, with.occasional, tips for pulhing off a big event; easily riiuns up'to. £600 or £800 a year, or twice the emolumentof an average lawyer, doctor, or engineer, and fully up to. the income of the captain of an sooeaza steamer, with his greal iveight of'responsi bility. Great jockeys, of course, do much better than thie. They are paid like prima donnas or fashionable preacheri 'Buiit the jocke's' life has its shadows. His nerve may fail, when his occupation is gone, for race.horses are often vicious brutes and' very qtui?'t'o detect; a lack, of courage and decision on; the aairt' of their riders. Evei .worase is'w hen` the jockey may begiunto take on fleah,:whenf he either becomes too ;heavy. to-ride. or, is condemned to a life of;. mirtyidom.toi:keej...

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

JKnifeing. - A. good story is told of one of our jockies at tlielast.Clipmeeting.' He was riding a favdrite, and, going round: the course for the first time, the horse was pulling him out of the saddle i; but when called on for a finish up-the' straight, he wvent all.abroad and came in nearly last. ; On the jockey returning to the sa?ddll paddock, the owner said : What the devil were you doing with the horse, Tommy?" S"Doing'replied Tommy, ,his :ecerits ex presing the :most.intense disgust: ,.bDirectly I-called on him, he knifed it." "Knifed it;" exclaimed the owner. " What do you' inean ?" " Cut it, to be surei" said the disgusted one, on dismounting; "'I thought every fool kinev what knifeing it meant.". -; ', "' f itUI

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Geelong Courts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Geelong Courts. G 2ner8l aenio8s--- 28 n2and Octo 1 o~r 13 1885., -il·; · · :r · ,.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rich or Barefoot. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

,,J , Rioh or Barefoot .., 'is evening and the round redsuirsinik .The flowers fold' their petals up, the birds S(fly'to their nest,,|' J£hecfickets chinipanthe grass, the bats flit two and fro, And tinkle-tankle up the lane the lowing cattle go ; And the rich man from his carriage looks out on them as they come .On.-them--and on the Barefoot Boy that drives the cattle home. "I wish," the boy says to himself-" I wish that I were he. And yet, upon maturer thought, I do not Sno, sirreec Not for all the goldlhis coffers:hold would I. be that duffer there, ; . With a liver pad aiid a gouty toe, and scarce a single hair.i . To have a wife with a Roman nose, and fear Slest a panic come- : Far better to ie a ;'Baref6ot: Boy that drives the cattle home." And the rich man. murmursto 'himself, S:'' ould.Igivd all my pelf To change nmy lot wiith yonder boy I Not if I: h now myself. ; .; Oicr- the griss that's full' of ints and chill S to;gb, - .' !.i . With a stone bruise upon either heel and ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Concert at Kensington. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 February 1885

Concert at Kensington                         A concert was given in the hall of the Kensington Free Library on Wednesday for the purpose of raising funds to enable the Board of Advice to treat the State school to a picnic. The per- formers consisted of a company of         S.~ ,hhilcssrs: U <i olii:u .iiatl .Cottilei, ,tl S'he i. t. i' r 1i Ii li ;gti , ire °ii? the inclliers (of te'li / if!t!pl, iwho ii·t es.s of the' i.n ert:lki n, 'I lie' oltor hinºii eiit was a p 'onu: l ced., su'cs iII. ve.i re9.i't Tt Ifi illM, whllch is a ver. i't diil Wellfilnii.ll .si ttirucir, was well il il nd t1 1"fl ,1 .or'fi i ilC'. : tti .t i'O (lie- - n'ti"li wit cli i vita thlo'iuo l 'toodtwill i theii coi piinIIv W,.. iweire ii.t'j , , ., , cuii." e 9,i|l )iiS t0 i ll '|lt , ijl ei ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

NIW READT. ?Prlo Sizponce, ,7 Post Eightponco. _ .A . NE . :'W WO RK' -r .O 1 OI" O ,Ci%; z7nJ U R. J. POULTON. The above work iS~apouiair itresita&"'o° The REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS, showing ----??=their-o;nsCotraotlon "Fnot?o]; T`fid the Deorangements to which they arq liaSle. .This,little bool is one which 'msty be pernsed with advantago by all who are desirous of obtaining information on, a S subject which ought to form a portion of the Education of the Male sex. A kn:w. ledge of this subject is undoubtedly of : j ncalculablo value, as by it many of the' ills which aflict after life may be avoi oled S or remedied. iilt +'t:-, :." 'Copies will be forwarded. under strict' ',t{'t,!! P ;cover to any address on receipt of postage S .!trmps ssuned by any of the colonies. It J. POIUL'TON, 186 .BOURKE STREET , EASBT,.; ;," -.:-.i .." ,'+ MELBOURNE. ;hty,)ý:, , pa{ "iT,: ;' ,`s f . - , ,H ý, " . " I ' i.t it 'n.: "'L TOENN1ES a ,t ii .,d . Of Porrtuliig.ton " 'ý AS '.6n Hand --A FAstkl...

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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

LAt chi;rch women are moreapt to consider the texture than the text.: .. As a rule the eye is no more a criterion of 'character than a single hair is of the strength iofl the butter in which it-is found. ,A:milkman who imagined that he was un. 6bse~vrd vas seen recently. patting a pump ni :tlieback'in a most 'affectionate manner. ":My; ghat ;do: they give hens lime for 1" "Oh, to jmake the shells of, their eggs." " Well,-did-the-hen that laid the golden egg have her teeth filled, like pa's ?" Squiggs will not allow his eldest daughter, who has readhed the muture age of sixteen, to have a beau. He says that his wife can do all the billing and the baby all the cooing that the house can stand at present. There is something solemn in the tones of a great bell striking midnight, writes some body. We know it, especially if you are a mile from home, and know that your wife is sitting behind the front door waiting for you with a short-handled broom. A young man who had left home in Vic-' to...

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About Moustaches. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

* °4*'1* M0Yiutacites. A gentleman with plenty of time on his hands, and ? ?lisii for`' wanting to know " the why and wherefore of things, has peen .askinga number.of persons their reasons for "cvring hib?ustaches;atid the 'folloing are the replies given :- i: To avoid the trouble of shaving ...... 9 To avoid oitbohini cold in the head 12 ,To ooneeal,the joss of.front teeth ... 5 To disguise a`too:.pronouncedinasal r protuberance........................ . I To escape being taken for an Eng lishman ............................ To avoid too close a resemblance with awaiter . 7 SBecajuse they;were ii the army:)... .. 6, Beoause they had been in the army... 21' Because their betteid-half likes them 28 Because they are admired by the i i . ,-: young ladies,:....'...:;.:: 165 'And not onre outtof'"all th~ peison 'askedi had the courage to declare that he wore mious. caclies liecause tlieysuited~him I 335

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Don't You Do It. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Don't You Do It. In the early days of Virginia City there was a run on a bank, but before the deposii,, tors had time to draw out much the institiu tion closed its doors and announced al sus pension. "An indigifant arowd, assembled, alliarmed, and egoited, aid t'he prposition of a niuier'tb run a'tunnel under the bank and blow it up was eagerly caught at. Shovels and picks were being used, and the gunpowder had been sent for, when along came an individual who observed: " Gpntlemen, don't you do it." "Why 7" asked a score of voices, "For two reasons. First, this'building will make a good poler.room, and second, the president of the bank is inside. If you blow him up we can't lynch him." j The crowd desisted, and at the end.of two, hours their patience was rewardeid. Th'ey gott'lold ,ofthe piresident 'and ihad fun with .him ,f6rrhalf.an-hbour befoie'-'ech'aked to death. '

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Waking Them Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Wakinig Them Up. .When a main' used to be called at an hotel, so as to catch the first train,:he got: into his pants, hit the water bowl with; a souhd that would go through the next half dozen rooms, grabed his portmanteau, and weintiittd the hall,' slaimmed the door, and went down stairs !whistling, " It's five o'clock in the morning." And the same thing is done now, only the parties making more noise, and the guests swearing a little more. Every other guest, for half a street each way, is awakened, and is mad. It is singular, but when a porter attempts 'toawake the'man who is to be called, that man is the'last` one on the floor that wakes up. ,Everybody else hears the noise, but the man that ought to hear it dreams on in blissful ignorance that a paxiel lis being kicked' out of his 'dooirani:when he does wake up .he is ;always mad, though he has nothiiig to get mad about. It is the other guests that have a righ' to be mad. Everything about the first-class ihotels of the present da...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British and Foreign Bible Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

British and Foreign Bible Society. SThe Quieenscliff branich of this society' liaviig died an:. unatural 1 death some years ago; the Rev: E. Wilfred Robini son, agent of thc. palent society toi Victo<ria, South and V Wost Australia came down to establish a new one :uponn a better, basisi. Ti'e Rev. Mr W:ilkiuisoi offered his. church on Sunday, and ser mons were preached both morning andl evening to large and attentive congrega :tions in explanation pf.of: the principles iand .work of the society at home and abioad. On Tuesday, the' 3rd, a meet ing was held and a standing committee formined to work the society in Queens cliff -and neighborhood. Among those: present to support the agent were. Dr, Williams, (who presided in absence of: the Mayor), Rev. J. Gardner, Rev. HI J. Wilkinson, Rev. F. Smith, Rev. G. Bishop,' of Drysdale, and Messrs Heuley, Jordan, Trathan,. Frewen, and others.' In the course of his speech the agent gave.a great deal of most interesting in formation ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. A NEW CITY OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

SOUR ILLUSTBRATION. : A ,NEWT i CITY- OFTEALTH. i,,, It seems that at last'the" Government of NewZealand is becoming alive to the great importance of themedicinal springs and hot lakes of their North Island, as they have de termined to found and establish a speciesi of National Hygeia in that district, where it is hoped the sick of all nations wvill flock to be cured.by.the healing waters. The new city is called--f6r it is already established on paper-- Rotorna, after ,thp ;elebrated lake upon whose southern shore it is to' be .built. The site of.the city is chosen with singular happiness; not only is it among the most Taluableof the springs, bit'the view of'the lake obtained is very beautiful. A large ex panse of clear blue'water, 'on which seems to float the island of Mokoia suirounded 1with, hills densely clothed .with the, 'evergreen forest of New Zealand, lies in front of it; on one side is Ohinemuti, the old. Maoti townii, with its countless hot springs' and, lakelets.; and on...

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A Dead Man's Face. A GHOST STORY. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

..A Dead Man's Face. .A GHOST STORY. BY. TIHE AUTHOR oF "CALLED BACK." .i- . ", (Concluded.) Both bride, and ,bridegroonm said their "I S wills " in' such low tones that T could scarcely hear their voices. Then, in pursuance of my duty, I gave the woman to the priest. He joined the hands of Claud and Judith. After having played my little part I had not moved back to my former station. I. was .now. :cl6ie to the bride, "and 'i Claud turned to her, could see his face to advantage. It was posi tively distorted with suppressed emotion of some kind. His mouth was. set, and. I could. see that his teeth were closed on his under lip.. He did not look at his fair bride. His gaze passed over, her shoulder. In fact, he seemed almost oblivious 'to her presence.. I was dreadfully frightened. The clergyman's voice rang out: ".I Claud, take thee, Judith, to my wedded wife.' Then, hearing no echo of his words, he paused. ; Repeat after ine,"he prompted. Againhe began,' "I, Glanud-" But his voice wa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Reminiscenes of an American Detective. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Reminiscenes of an American.: Detective. D:iA hotel we may call the Roscoee House was -miore like a boardinig house :than an hotel it was without a-bir, or even; a cigar stand, and it was the resort of a mnumber'of the elite ; of young men and families who preferred its quiet, home-like attractions; and'who had money to pay handsomely for the very best of service, cuisine, and atten tion.?. It' was " toney" in the extreme. Bit the proprietor of the Roscoe House was nearly at .histwits' end-a` black sheep; had somehow slipped iii among his flock, and was preying upon the valuables of his guests. Watches, rings, chains, and bracelets were missing,' and latterly -.eveni; money was spirited away in the most mysterious man ner. It was a terrible plight, and all the boarders were assailing him with complaints, and demanding that ". something must be, done." Aside from the loss, 'the idea that a disreputable being was, among them was terrible. There was no olue, and'what set the pro. priet...

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Bad Luck. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Bad Luck. She dropped her glove Perhaps in love; He stopped and picked it up. She flushed and smiled, Thc'artless child, And asked him home to sup. He answered "No," And turned to go, And blushed beneath her glance, And off he went For when he bent, He'd badly split his pants I

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