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SPORTING NEWS. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

SPORTIN G NE WS. . ._ :RACING. The acceptances for the Qucenseliff races closd last night, but they will not be opened till to-night. T'I local traiertmjl, jockeys, and'others are beginning to .et livaly at their work as the races draw near. Mr Burn, who was so successful at Portarlington, has no less thain. th:'e horsed to tri?in for the coming evenits, viz.,: Jack, ;Gellart, and Don. Jack-:lis done steady work"sincd rli i failure, and may yet prove a dangerous opponent at the Cliff. Chestnut is also doing steadyWoik.:" Don has not had a.gallop sinice she ran at the Port on Friday last, but will be itimnediitely :priton the course. The follow"niig ae tie weight for the Queenscliff Handicap st Ib M'r Daniels' Suwarrow, aged ...10 2 Mr Corgan's 'c g Forlorn, 4 years 9 9 Mr Coogan's hay g Satiie,6e!irs? . 8 9 MII Chirnside's bay g Chloris, 3 . ears ... .. .. 8 6 Mr. Bracken's Boomerang (late . STrickster),( 6years ... 8 2 Mr Taylor's Moscow, aged .... 7 11 Mri Drake's iellarf, a!d .. ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ST. ANDREW'S. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

ST. ANDREW'S. The services` at St An rew's Churcfi oii Sindaly last were conducted by :ti Rev:. \\W . :Anderson, of Penhurst;, whovb pIrechedL in the nrorniing -a sermoi froaj the words, " For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, althouigh hlie was rich, yet, for our sakes he becanie poor." In' the evening his text was friomi 1st Samuel, 25th chap,'i 1st verise. Th1 preacher drew' a vivid picture of the his tory and:life of Samuel, insisting that he Was the most perfect life of which'we have any record in history, Christ ohly excclted; his` was a 'faith that nuever wavered, his a zeal that never tired; liis a lptriotisin that was ncrer betrayed lihe fr6und his people w.irshipping idols, he drew tlheti td worship the only living and true God. He found them reduced well niglr to slave'ry ; he left theti t:he mjightiest nation on the face of tlie earth ; he never wavered in his rliityto God or to his country. " Sp6nk :Lorl anid thy servant lheareth," wais his inotto thlroigh lif...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

VI ,TORS' LISTS. ' GRAND HIOTEL. Hotels and other houses are reqnested: to send in their revised . visitors' listsi on Thursday afternoon. . Mr and Mrs D. Whyte and family ,, . Grieve ,, Lewers i,, , Osborne Stewart ,, , . R;Hohfhll . -,,E :' D. Watson . ,, S J.. Hut chins ,, ., -, . J.IC-M ills.., ...-..,,,.....w ...... , Saqui ,, i Zuckeor ,, i' Mr and Mrs.-Ji?mes Mcl'heron, G. G. M. orton,; . 1Moný ir, ty;McKinnon;- A-' Btayne L. Pa l ons, C, T. ':, Perks, ±J.i Crowley, . , Mrs Stern and family~_.. Mrs.-Barnard, Clarke, Boyes, Crossen, SCummning, McGee Misses.--Watson, Barnard, Green, ilors, .... hall, Roberts: :(2), : 'eck, :Hutchiuns, Vaughanl, Solomon (2) Messrs J. A.T MDonhld, D. WaLtterson, W. S. McoKeinzie, A. G.: Dickens, C. Birrett S J. :Thlompon, J. I). T'homspson, :E. 'ilkiuSgton, Hughes,: R, .:Horsfall, H. SMcKeuxie, J. D.,Horsfall, F. A. Ior render,; Scott, (2), :.H. :.Campbell, SNeilson, W. G.P.' Sharp,T. WVestbrook. Smith, Remiunngton, Ihateson, Dnawson D. White, Mo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

EXCURSIONS. The Melbourne butchers held their: picnic here on Tuesday, .arriving, by steamer. As'the weather at the hour' of leaving MIelbourne ':looked threaten big, the numberi was not so large as anticipated. A: banld .was. in attenid-, ance in'the upper reserve, and the pro gramume of sports, including some very liberal prizes, was carried out. The Phanix excursion arrived here on Saturday, at 9 o'clock. The eigines were supplied by the foundry, and all the railway 'arrangemefits: were carried out satisfactorily. The Phiceni' Foun dry band played on the, way to the: Ballarat station, and at intervals-en route. The band has only been -formed 7. nmonths,, and, considering all things, played very well, thebandsmen, in theii new white uifonnrms, with' scarlet facings adding- to. the, general effect of ,the very lively scene as the. excursionists, num bering about 900, marched up. Hesse street. ,on arrival opposit 'the Grand Hotel the:baiid, played " a few selections, and the picnick...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH COUNCIL Monday, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

QU EENSCLTFF BQOOUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 25th Februay y. Present-The imayor, ::Ors Arkins, Henley,?Horne; and'Sihnpson. Or Sim?pson moved; and Or: Henley seconded.-Thait the estinmate of income and expeiinditur- for: the year "1884 be now agreed to by the'council and en tered upon the rate book. 't,:Councillors expressed themsilves as being bouni.lby law to tiarry a.motion simalijir to the above, afial that tley, woild do their best to keep within its limits. *' The`I'otal estimated. receipts for the year 1884, "cominiencing in Jaluary, amouilted to £2571 15s:?lOd, this in clui?de-License and refunls, £289 18: 4d diniiinage grant, £85 14s 2d; Go. vercinent eidowmnent, £2.50 revenue fromn bthls, £5>00; subsidy Point Lons dale 'road, £494 18s': 5,;. balance of isplhalt accounits, £53 13s 11d; rate, :general and special, '£730.. "iidcltilieiin. thl .eitim: tld items of e?ipeniditure are--Debit ' at bank in Jaiiiiiy, £839)9s id Point lonisdale ioad, depcsiti, £b10 17s 'Sd1 interest on l...

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

QUEENSUCIlFF 'BOROUGHr County, Grant. South Western Province ; OQtieeuseliff :Diisioiroi'.'.' *Electforl -D)ist!rit,cj Barw6onii Division Queenscliff. ; Proclaimed a Borough,: Mfay,I1863. .I:Area;' :21231 acies;, 1 opulation,. 1500 i (Dlouble this numiber in Summer) :Ra3tepav ers 'di Rolli 2331; Auuiiaul. Valuei, - i7535 ; Revenue, £1757i; ,Rites, Is.,:aid Special Gd, in the ~' ~ llevenue fr:m Linceucs:, £224. .' Rehre.,' 'Thomas Arkins August 1881; George Admans* August 1884 e. C. Siuifsi,fJps ,. . .... iA',gnkt 1584 John Horne:: :, ,:... August .1884 Thomas Stoneman, J.P.* August 1884 W. S. Jamieson -,..... Angust I88 J H. Henley, J.P...... August 1885 *These gentlemen have occupied the maajral chair. ,.Co{ncil meets at Forresters,.. Hill, Lear m?hioith striet, don the fist?'Mondiy of etch monthli at 7p.m. M'lay to November ; 8 p.m.. Decemhiber' toi A pril. Town Clerk attends ' nesdays and Thursdays, from lo i..in. to.12 noon. Officers.:: Town Clerk; Treasurer, Valuer, Collector a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

Ir or Sale and to "Let. "iOR,: ?SALE, . iuririlui Cottage .U:j?Le riionth street. The ,wne, liavig left Queeneliffi. Reserve, £400. Ap; T i D C )OD, Colae. m0 E . ET, nicely furnished House 1 IAddhnis XY., oflice of this paper Wanted. IANl ED respectable Lad, with' N.' { .' ' , t ? ....+:- +. , " .:. -, ,Auction 'Sales. i ?FRIDAY. 29TH :FEBRUARY. At1 - 2 o'clock. .:: t the li.isidelnce of the late Rev rehibald. Simpson., , H OUSEHOLD; FURNITUIRE .& EFFECT. GOBN DAVISON under instrue t tioins froni MrsSimnpson will sell b, Audctioi on the promises as above, of :Friday,: 29th, February, at 12 o'clock .the :Household. Furniture and Effects 'including: siddhoard, davenport, tables chairs:and easy do., wlhatnot, tapestry carpets, pictures; fender and fire irons book-ease and quantity of books, lamp cante'bury, timepiece, cruet-stand glass Sare, 2 buists, stool, &c. B: EDnoots.-Iron bedstead, palliasse, .mattresses, bedding, easy and othe: chairs, chests drawers, looking-g...

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THE QUEENSCLIFF SENTINEL THREE SHILLINGS PER QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

QI EENSOLIIF' F 8SENT IN EL Will bel)-lublished S( Under the ncew Proji rietor) BI-WEEWKLY. :..edn.. esd.y. and Saturday Single C'opnyi2d; Per-VWieek, 3d. TIIREE SHILLINGS PiU QUARTER. 'To Advertilers.--The eo w proprietor liav ing a?iivasSd t he district from Ihuse to house for subscribers and suplort., and as special picnic editions, with a large quantity of reading nmatter, includ ing ad~vertiseHmentis, are printed and sohl to excursionists and Visitors, who come here noti only from all the Victorian toy s, but from the adjacenut colonies, can now con idently recounmend the Queenscliff Se itinel as one of the best advertising mediums outside the metro polis.

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Opinions of the Queenscliff Officer of Health. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

Opinions of the Queeuscliff Officer of Health. I t'ake this opportunity of statiing my opinioi of Quieenscliff as a: health resort tht it i is 'ierfet in all the w'ys in which the debilitated, either in pursuit of business or fromi constitutional weakness, may return to health. To tlose in search ef health with strength combined, I say, without any hesi tation, come to Queenscliff. W. tROBE?LT ROB1ERTS, M~.R.O.S. EXG;r, IS(i2.

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Concertin aid of the Wesleyan Church. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

Concert in aid of the Wesleyan Church. The above vocal and instrumental concert was given on Friday last in aid of the trust fund of the Wesleyan Church. The hall was well filled on the occasion, and was very prettily decorated with evergreens and flowers. The company of performers con sisted of amateurs from Geelomg, who are deserving of praise for the willing manner iu which they placed their services at the disposal of. the church management. The entertainment was very pleasing and enjoy able, many of the items being deserving of special mention, which will be dealt with further on. Mayor Cuzens occupied the chair in his usual good style, and managed to keep very good order, although he had occasion to speak of the continual raking which pre vailed during the time some of the songs were being sung.: Mr Trathan, who has worked very hard to bring the concert to a successful issue, also occupied a seat on the platform.. The performance commenced by a musical duet on the cornet, and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 February 1884

DEATH.       BROOKS—On the 23rd February, at his residence, Queenscliff, Joseph     Brooks, an old and respected resident for 31 years, aged 56.          

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"The Green-eyed Monster." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

"The Green-eyed- Monster." Agentlemain living in the suburbs has a very chaiiiing "wife, who' althbugh well into: the forties, still retaius a very juvenile appearance, and is also remarkable for her brilliant.conversational powers.. The gentle. man alludedtois of.a very jealous disposition, ivithout the slightest cause, and makes what should be a very happy home decidedly uncomfortable ~it times. ':Coming" home about one o'clock from his Club the other morniig, he observed a figure-iniaid's, in a very tempting `position. i For' a =joke, ;he brought down his hand on her back, with a force almost sufficient to 'dishlcate her vertebree. He was immediately paralized by ' the' lady of the house turning her astonished can disgusted iface:towards" him, "I beg your pardon, mum," said the horror. stricken groom; but I thought it'iwa NMary." The good lady, who is really a kind-hearted soul, understood the situatioin, and merely remarked--"You musn't make such a mis take again, John,.and. sup...

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Wiscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

" Well,Master Jadkson," said his minis ter, walking homeward after service withan industrious laborer, .who was a: constant attendant, "Sunday must be. ablessed 'day of 'esltfor you, wiho work so hard all the' week.: And' you' make a good ise of the day for. ybu are always to be seen iat church,"' ",;Yes, sir," replied Jackson ; ' it is indeed ablessed day : I works hard enough all the week, ad then I comeis to church on Stun. day, and se~ts me down; and lays my legs *up, :andlthinks o' nothin' I" . A prominent politician was speaking in . St. Louis during the late canvass. Among his hearers was; an eminent banker,iwho, though opposed to the political principles of the speaker, appeared to take a' great interest in everything that was said by him, and insisted on staying and hearing it',all, notwithstanding the impatience of his come panions, who wished to leave, as everybody had voted the whole liaraniigue a bore. But the old gentleman still stayed and listened. At last one of his ...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. THE ISLE OF WIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION. THE ISLE OF WIGH C. We this week present to our readers a picture illustrating several, viewis'en the Isle of Wight, so well knowhn as the marine residence of Her Majesty the Queen. For some long period of her reign, Hier Majesty sphnt much of her time there with her family, and coniseqnently th'eisland canieto be mixed up with 'many of the; leading.: historical events of the nation...The views are sufficiently attractive not to require any explanation from . s,: ? -

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He Believed in Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

He Believed im Tempnerance. "Fact is," saidi Mr. Swiller,. sitting; down at theiround table with his friend--" fact is' -two beers, Tony !-there's just as much in temhperance in eating as.there "is in drinking, and, that's what puts me-by George; that's refreshing, isn't it ? : °Cold as ice. Fill 'emn `up again, Tony-out of patience:'. with these total-abstinence fanatics.:; A,"man: can be temperate in his eating and he. can be tem perate in his drinking,, and I: go-light a " cigar?-in for temperance in .all; .things. Now, I like to-thank you, yes, I believe I will repeat-sit down with a friend and enjoy a glass of beer in a quiet way, just as we do now. It's cold, refreshing;:mildly stimulant - have another with me-and does me good. I' know when I :have enouigh, and-once more, Tony-when I have :.enough I know enoughl to quit: Now, ;do '. I look=-hello, there's ;Johnson,; sit down .here with us, 'Johnson-three beers,. Tony-I:.. was- just asking : Blotter, here, . if I looked 'like a...

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A CHANGEABLE DAMSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

&A CHANGEABLE DAMSEL.; There lives at the present time in the town of Spriingfield, America;' a young girl iwho, if what is related concerning her by the local papers be true, would be a valuable addi tion to the show of any Barnum fortunate ,einouh to acquire her. She is a mulatto; or 'oouiht to be; but it 'seems that the color of her. skin: is constantly varying from., dark brown to snowy white, then changing back again to its natural color. This 'extraordin. ary young person is the 'daughter.of a work man in easy circum'stances, and it is seriously said that! there is no impostire.;practised. The ,transition' is accomplished by the ap pearance of .successive white spots' on the skin, which' gradually cover the whole s?ir face. ,:A reporter of an Amierican paper, who 'has visited the girl, describes her: appear. ances:during this unaccountable transforma. tion as most striking, one of her. feet being at. tines as dark as' it is natural for a colored girrs to be, whilst the...

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 1ST MARCH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

SSATURDA ,,:1s? MAINITGt 1884, ';.,i i c i, _ _ , - _ -._ . _. o ' ' H1ow to aipusie our v?iitors has be couleral question of 7 the 'fighest,.iiport. anctB to tsbe who have the inte rests of this town ant heartIPand there;can .be no ti o"tp o'piroiins ast-it ie" expedency: of doing something, .that will :not: only, attract people but cause them to remain when once here. The'constantly recn'rr ing spectacle of,.ships entering and pass-, ipgl o out, ; tieadse:h m,j no;doubt; very; interestiig and beautiful, but people can not always, be,.on the look-ou?t,fior shis; Itis on at h;' ose-'dier'ons that'be. conimes-esp cally.to the.male,zmmd~a rie monoonous;eve ,he ran ex citement. of the day, tthe 'aririalandii departuretof.the steamier is not siificient to satisfy; everyon: That suclt~ hbld be'the ,case is of , course veryiannoying. Or; ships .our steamer; our boating; fii`hiig'anu d iabbit shooting,thei glorious sea .reezes an.d'unr railled batllmig, siie' in ays tgone by to 'atisfy all...

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A SUSSEX HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

. eSUSSEX HEROINE. Phoebe Hassell was! a celebrated character, born- of, respectable, parents' at Stepney in March, 1713 hler maiden name was smith. When, about fifteein she&'fomiiied a riomantic attachiment to Samuel' Golding, a pivateh in Kirke's'Lambes. 2:Such was' her passion for. this ,man that onphis, regiment, going to the West Indies, in 1728, .shle donned miale attire and enlisted' in the 5th "Fiot under' General. Pearce; the're she served in the ranks five: years' fwithout.her sex being,:suspected. Soon after her, return to England, the, troops were ordered abibadi, and she was present at the Battle bof, Fontentoy, Miay i1st;i 1745 "conm manded by the Duke' of Cumberland; there she received a: bayonet wound in her arm., Golding having been wounded also at Gibral?, tar, the forces were iinalided to" Plyniouth.: Phcebe 'their`told'Lady' Pearcei her history, and obtained: her discharge 'at the military" hospital. F:She nursed her. lover, and when, he was conitalesceni...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

T'he Rev?. W., , Blai. i es from San4lhirsat ?gill preachlin the Wshleyan Chuich! to-morrow.morning and evening. .I ; ".con,?4 !'y i id-of'tlhtef:untIjs of the, Y!esley anbabbath. school. is: ing: groia-* Itk',wil take:place on ol -friys y eliind: sbic ra irf thi%1'Ad= Siamatn urs -uepen-df ?a, .ro. mnised asslstaneew -Iir, R obson1 hae alaos igagedt 'help withithe:[Queen tcliffi and1 in logibly rihicli hb'lie ii iin' alnaliglng llqer .1n, fr. soje·i:ti le p"]ast TýGre isos;jdo j ubt ,bnt jtl? tt]1, enter;,', tai?imen&f wilypi ovel cnjoyable,' tothose;: The. detachment of Victorian Artillery.;, }v.ichihas b'ecrilstatioriedn in the 'Battery, Quieiilscllff sinhce August' last weree'=r lie:! yesterdaygyb ano?ber detaiihmenit' isting one?s.?e,? rieat ole'c, orporal two. bombadiers and thirti-four, gunneras ne flialfofithneIi detaii:hianelh t hhe Ien stato idti l in' the- %atteryn' ian SIs'land.; ,this, frt' sisngw.conPlet~ed Irn vas haindedover, by,tll.e Pubbli W otk Department1...

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INTOXICANA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

INTOXICANA. Alcoholic fluids are by;no means the only intoxicants kniown aiid used by oblivion se'king ~i'imaiiity~'in different parts of the, globe.: rBhang, or Indian hemp, is conisumed largely among the~Hindus and, Malays, and produces wild ý temporary delirium, during which homicidal mania' is donstantly promi 'nent. If the practiceb''iecontiiied, it invari-, ably: ends inl incurable, and rapidly - fatal madness. 'Opium eating and smokfng, un fortunately, are not confined to China or the 'Chihnese Th'here, are houses .in London, i;h'n' totlie' initiat d,: where :heý idreamy pipe is always glowing hot. with charcoal, ready for, the'tiny ball of precious resin, and seldomqut of requisition.; while the statistics of wholesale a'id retail druggists lead''isito infer tat i iluch is taken habitually iii private iii various foriins.?' STie cdonsumption of opium is said to be especially great among the laboring classes in the.Fen districts,,by whosp, however, it is p?robably'taken not a...

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