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Visitors' List BAILLIEU HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Visitors' List LAILLIL J II1r'. U { ,,. .'ýJ cýEunl..Jatues;li.iiiainlsonu.,aif1 Ia til 1111 i:1 Mrs ' f4 In ciý aud' ltuluilg ýt.' Lalidly'r Dr: u d. Mrs ;Fethet: oill;. 9 Cole Mi- 1'se l."racer. (2),:Holmes (3), Laidlw (3), MiiWty.-1-iu4 FIldu D llel y · Idnl Jlltssr , ;iltiwm YsasIr,' '1)ixaf, Robertson, Spm';igminc. towbulsl)li, Davis, ,i cyrickllrown; P4erry, Ba:lhaU1.. Dixon, Roberts, 'lh'lllmpismtl , SSmnith. 1'itiy, Murray?;Priestly, 1Ionanid; Ja.i. -iieson, Couk. .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Private Advice to Young Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

Private Advice to Young ?ien. With regard to the best wai" of' proposing to a young lady, the following suggestions of M. Quad may be interesting: Don't be too sudden about it. Many a girl has said "No " when slhe meant " Yes," simply because her lover didn't choose the right time and pop the question gently. Take a dark night for it. Have the blinds closed, the curtain down, anfd the lamp turned 'most out. Sit near enough to her, so that you can hook your little finger into hers. Wait until conversation begins to flag, and then quietly remark " Susie, I want to ask you something." She will fidget around a little, reply " Yes," and after a pause you can add- " Susie, my actions must have shown that is, you must have seen-I mean you must be aware that-that- " Pause here for awhile, but keep your little finger firmly locked. She may cough and try to turn the subject off by asking you how you liked the theatre, but she only does it to encourage you. After about ten minutes you can con ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Police Court. Tuesday, February 10th. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

`PoliBe Court. Tuesda,, February 10th. The cas? : iagast iA McDonald of Siwan Bay forallcina hiull to wiander, in the boronil waa; :s ettled out of court by: the'defendanitipayin all costs-', A defeniidait ws fincd 5s. and 5. costs for ,allowing, a cow toiwanderi . on the strieet Ainother defenldant was also fined 5s for leaviig his horise and cart in the street and not looking after it. :.temporary license was granted to Mri Sheehan for the Grocers' picnic which wias held on Thursday last And thus he spoke-" T'night-Pro feslior -- as'ir-Fo-fo for' s all-~ t' ight-.lec- ture- h man l br-a--- ins h-ellW on't toll-been in sslhuin- Go'cei:s'- nl .-:pi?eF.a'"sr'.'. uman bra"ins" An~ d all then became still, aRd the bell no longeir chimed on the ear; so outr epoiter left.;. Ti T, :government iin?pctor has corn mnenced destioving rabbits on the irown laid of the Borouah, 'and we hope that priivate persons will take simnilar aetion,, andso aid in the destruction of the pestis. Poisoned: li...

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GRAND HOTEL. Hon. James and Mrs Mac Bain and family [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

GR'AND' HOTEL. Hon. James and MIrs MacBuin and family S . ,AND MRS AND.FYAMILE?S W. D..II Pherson, T. P; Fallon, W.,Landlaw, 'C??pbell, H. M0ooe, J. C. Stewart, St. .Qtiiint?u, J., Cogle, fichardson, : Long, Sp.iius, P.. Conant, Ricks, T. Bailey, C. SColiei, Niathan, J.. D. Marks. D. Watson. :Di Huguh Boyd. M RAND MRS-. SG.G Morton,.Pringle, Holder, Byrne, Mar tin. Moodie, Cohen, Cohn ?IrIs Nicholson and family, Mrs M'Dermott and family ' Mrs Aflieck~iMrs tejli?ison MISSES Stiirt Canipbelli Scott, Richard son, Moore? Miarks' ` iHevmansoin; Sanders, Laidlaw, Afleckl Stephenson - Rev E. N Robinson Messrs rMDonld Richardson, Pilkington, Neustetel. King, T'iilot:?Anidirews,?La.rence; Smith, Wilson, Lo,e D.G:Gilcliist, Steiv?art Moore, Moran?i; ebste?i, iyBariow, Muils grove, s,Sa Haii t, Brown, Evains, Ro binson, Smithi Siinl.ders yrne 'hMartin, GrCmine, BoggHesselhaun_,M Keuzie, Cohen, Jones.

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Mayor—T. Stoneman. Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

M1ayor--T. Stoneman. Councillors. .J. H. .Heilevy, JP ... ,Agust 1885 W a --;jmenson ...- ..,., ..... 1SGR "tloinristoliieL an, JP. ' ; 1H85 lThomas Arkiirs .' , 1886 illi . .. ,, - 1886 " George .dilians ,, 1887 " E. Ouzens ,, 1887 - . . Cotti•er. ý .ý,r . ..i , " T. •hes genitlemen have occupied the iiftriag.i.c:l hiiii. Officers: Ton C.Olork, Treasuior;', aluator, aind Collector Statistics, Robert Jordan.' Su ri eyor, AJndei:w 1M'!\Villiai s: '. Resident Police Oflicer, Seiior-constable R ogrs Gdveri iienl t Aiditoir, John Elkington. Local Auditor, Geor1e Cathcirt. Healthl Officer, Dr Scott. Borough Inspector, George Calthcart. : Solicitor, T. C Ilarwood l. Bank:: of Victoiia Manasger, P. o COresiigny. Telegraph. Money Order, 'ind Post, J.. W.' Walhi,*.. Magistrate-T; ' D S Heron, 'P .M, Geelong :District' 'Justices Di' Williams Captain Pasco R.N; ,LJ:H. I:Hcley .TI Stoneian,: C.. O. Siupson.: Bailiwick, Southern. Session" ... Queenisdliff, n alternate Tuesdays at 11. Clerk ai d ...

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

QUJEENSOCLIFFBOROUGH C ounty - Grant. South-Western Province;. Queensecliff'Division. Electoral District=-Barwon. :. , Division-Queenscliff. :Proclaimed a borough, May 1863. Area, 2123 acres Population, 1500 (double this nuiiber in summer). iRatepayers on roll, 223; annual value, £7535; revenue, £1757; rates, is and special 6d in the'£1; revenue from licenses. £224. b'`oCouncil meets at Foresters': hall, iLeirnonnth street, onthe lst Monday ,of each month at 7 pm in May to No 'iember; ;8 pmi Decembeir to Ap?il. STownwdn Clerk attends Tuesdays and iThirsdlays,.from 10 am to 12 noon,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 14 February 1885

MARRIAGES. HUTCHINS--CLARK--On the 5th February, at St. George's Church, by the Rev. H. J.   Wilkinson, Richard T. Hutchins, second son of James and Sarah Hutchins, of Queens- cliff, to Cecilia Mahala Olber Clark, third daughter of James Maxwell and Elizabeth Clark, of Belfast.

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Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters ever made. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

Hop Bitters are the Purest and. Best Bitters ever made. They are compounded from Hops, Malt Buchu, Mandrake, and Dandelion-the pur est, best, and most valuable medicines in the world, and contain all the best and most cu rative properties of all other remedies, being the greatest Blood Purifier, Liver Regulator, and Life and Health Restoring Agent on earth. No disease or ill-health can possibly long exist where these Bitters are used, so varied and perfect are their operations. They give new life and vigor to the aged and infirm. To all whose employment cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who require an appetizer, Tonic, and sti mulant, Hop Bitters are in valuable, being highly curative, tonic and stimulating with out intoxicating. No matter what your feelings or symptoms are, what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters, Don't wait until you are sick, but if you only feel bad or miserable, use Hop Bit ters. Don't wait until you are sick, but if you only feel b...

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A Cheap Feed. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

A Cheap Fee1d. A man with three childreni entered a res taurant in Bourke street. and .after they were all seated he said : " Now, children. are you hungry?" !'Yes." "Would you likesome pics ?" "Yes, yes." "Waitress, bring three pies two for myself, that -makes five. Ah, [ have forgotten the bread. Waitress, some broad. Now, eat q'way." There was a solemn jingling of knives and forks; pies demolished: children's faces all over smiles. "Enjoyed it. eh 1" " Yes." " Like some more pies !" "Yes, yes 1" "Waitress, two or three more pies." These, too, vanished. The guest ordered some beer, having drunk which he took his hat and stick and said to the children : : Now, you must be very good and quiet. I shall b back directly. 1 am only going to. get some cigars." "All right." Five minutes passed, a quarter of an hour, half-an-hour. Then the waitress said to the children : ".Your father is a long time ini coming." " 11e is not our father \re were playing outside, when a man came up to us and...

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Too Much for Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

Too 1Much for Him. Two gentlemen resigned their places in a bus to a couple of ladies, one of whom, as she took the proffered seat, was distinctly heard to say, in a low but firm voice, ': Thank you, sir." The gentleman thus addressed started and turned deathly pale. Then he grasped the rail in the bus, and leaning forwaird-inquired off the lady in question A" re you a resident of this dity, madam ?" " Sir ?" queried the lady i 'an offended tone. "Answer me, madam, I implore you," besought the agitated man. "This is no time for trifling. Are you a stranger here or a native?" "I have always lived here," she answered hurriedly. " Can it be possible?" exclaimed the stricken man ; "and yet you wear no medals -nd insignia of honor-nothiiig tosliow that you are not like others; but, good Heaven, the difference ! Why, madam, I L have travelled on these busses since they started, and no member of your sex ever thanked me audibly for a seat before this b moment." Then kind and pitying friend...

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Betting on the Population. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

Betting on the Population. A stranger leaned over the bar of a Col lingwood hotel the other day, and whisper ingly inquired : "Landlord, what is the population of Victoria ?' "Clear on to a million, I believe," was the reply. " It's over three-quarters anyhow ?" "Oh, yes." "You'll bet on that ?" "I'd like nothing better than to put a fiver on it." " Well, you'll have a chance. There's a chap down the street who says that, we haven't got three-quarters population, and he is bluffing everybody. I'll bring him up if you'll make a bet and take him down a peg.". "Bring him up." The stranger went away and returned with his friend, who had no sooner entered the hotel than he called out: " Where's the man who says this country has over three-quarters of a million popula tion?" The hotelkeeper modestly replied that he was the man, and in less than a minute the fiver was put into the hands of the first caller. " There's a new map in the store across the way which has the last census figures o...

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His Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

His Troubles. It'is not the fate, of New Guinc? That troubles ,hy mind every night, And makes me wakr up from my slumbers In a state of perpetual fright. I suffer no pangs from the toothache, My heart and my liver are sound, And yet in the whole world of sorrow, Not a more wretched man can be found. And still I've a sweet little woman For a wife.:and a dear little child, Who obeys well the voice of his father, Or his "dad," as I'm more often styled. I've money in plenty, and neighbors Who burn their own wood all the year; And yetjI am frequently frantic With the trouble I'll soon have to bear. And the cause of the frown on my forehead, And the maniac flush on my cheek, Is the fact that my mother-in-law is Soon coming to stay for a week. POSTSCRIPT. I've tidings just heard ihich have made me Quite happy and careless and gay, For the doctor has writtdn to tell me To' atteiad at her funeral to-day.

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A Dramatic Incident THAT DIDN'T WORK TWICE IN THE SAME WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

A Dramatic. Incident THAT DIDN'T WORK TWICE IN THE SAME WAY. "Are you a dramatic editor?" asked a smooth.faced young man, attired in a plug hat, a bright green bobtail frieze coat and tight-check pants, and further adorned by a red seo rf, yellow upper shoes and a four pound watch chain, as he walked into the office, with a three-ply frown corrugating his brow. "Are you the man that prints them guys onto the profession ?" " We occasionally print interesting in cidents relating to prominent artists," re plied the d. e., blandly. " Wasn't this the paper that printed that story about Giannini, the opera singer, being captured by brigands in Spain "' "I think I remember the instance," replied the critic. " And after they had cleaned out the tenor and his troupe, Giannini began to sing some thing, whereupon the chief of the' robbers re cognised the tenor from having :heard him sing at Madrid, and was so much affected that he embraced him, returned'the plunder and escorted him safe throug...

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General Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

General Gordon. The followihng tribhte was paid to the me'm'orvy of G ner'al (lGordon by the nev. 11. J. \\ilkinsin at tie close of his soe :.no on 5t\ i.lay Int:- o\A ~'reant sorrow has fallen upon us all. A griett warrior has f'ille:i, among the noblest n' maini " noble. (emral Gordon, *the sin hI ,e-,ii led,' Ciristiaii ma., the hiiglh:soilo, Ci;rist.ian sol'lier, is dm l. We were pronI of?himi. We loved him, and w( I1,se 110 OpilrOtnlity in teilinog nout. all oro )'al: .... li-e' wV(int where his col ntr '..wanted hiuh Hie went at the c"ill of dluty. Hle lid his duty whether in the hi umblest or in the most heroic deeds, siinlply, imoly, crnandly. I-e died in the fulfilMnent of his duty--very near to victory, alocn, and shaimefully de serte 1l. .-He has exclhaniled the treach er."i atnd t lutult of men for the rest and faitlhfuliess of God. The Empire Imouirils him. His life has its lessons. it, te:,ches that war has its gains as well as its losses, its ,good as well as its hatl...

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MARCUS HILL TEA MEETING To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

IlMARCUS HILL TEA. MEETING To The Editor. Sir,-The above takes place on Tues day next, and I think that it woul:l be very encouraging to the manasgers if tile Marcus Hill school church if the btlsiuess places on the Cliff were to allow the em ployees and others an opportunity to attend the meeting. A heavy liability has been incurred in buil!ing a new st.ioul church in the abovescattered district and: by closing at an early hour on Tuesday it would materially assist in the success. of the tea meting and please the resid ents-.. of MARCUS HILL.

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Spring-Time: A Painter's Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

Spring-Time : A Painter's Story. "Where did you, get that model from ?" I asked. My host was an artist of middle age who had made his mark. I was merely. a young beginner whom he had taken a fancy 'to, uant made a friend of, partly for my father's sake. After. I had put my question he was silent for a few moments. Then he said very gravely g' Well, I will tell you where I got that: model. Let it be a secret between you and me.' In my young days I was, you know, not at all a wealthy man. Like so many young artists, I was poor and almost penni less, living in my painting-room itself, and dining out at a cafd ; hut I was hard-working, eager to get on, aspiring to be a great painter. To keep soul and body together, I painted "potboilers" for the dealers, innumerable mossy birds'-nests with blue eggs in them, artistically, but I'm afraidnot very naturally, posed beside a sprig' of may-blossom or a fliweriiig primrose. Whenever I wanted a nlewv hat or a new pair of boots. I painted a "bir...

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From W. Robert Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

From W. Robert Roberts. I take this opportunity of stating my opinion of Queenscliffas a health resort: that it is pclfect in all the ways in which the debilitated, either' in pursuit of business, or from constitutional weak ness, may return to health. To those in search of. he lith, with strength coim bined, I say, without any hesitation, conme to Queensclif. From James George Beaney, F.R .C.S senior' surgeon by election of the'go vernors to the Melbourne hospital, &c. Queenseliff is a delightful resort for those whose vital powers require recu peration. The valetudinarian can find much to beguile his leisure hours in the many improvements which have been made of late at the Cliff, together with an ever varying panorama of inward and outward bound vessels; the municipal baths are excellent. The coolness of temperature affords great relief to invalids in hot weather, whilst the sea-bathing advantages are very great, through the saltwater current dashing through the heads fro...

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An Unexpected Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

An Unexpected Race. In one of the larger towns of Worcester County, Massachusetts, used to live a highly respectable minister, whom we will call Ridewell. He was of the Baptist persuasion, and very rigid in his ideas of moral pro priety. He had in his employ an old negro, named Pompey, and if this latter individual was not so strict in his morals as his master, he was at hast a very cunning dog, and passed in the reverend household for a pat tern of propriety. Pompey was a useful servant, and the old clergyman never hesi tated to trust him with the most important business. Now it so happened that there were dwelling in and about the town sundry in dividuals who had not the fear of the dread ful penalties which Mr. Ridewell preached %bout before their eyes, for it was the wont of these people to congregate on Sabbath evenings upon a level piece of land in the outskirts of the town, and there race horses. This spot was hidden from view by a dense piece of wood, and for a long time the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

Any description of General Printing executed in First-classStyle with Or An Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, at the Office of: • this Newspaper. A . In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotations for all. ,," " ' " i , m , a" '* Dodging a Highwayman. Robber (springing at a well-dressed gen tleman) : "' Your purse or your life I" Gent (feigning stupefaction): "You ask me for my purse or my life---what me?" R.: " Why what'makes you look so surprised ?" G.: " Why, because I was going to ask you the very same, thing." - R.' (laughling):' "What i what! you one of the profession ? Well, really, what a remarkable coinci dence I" G.: "You see, I could scarcely believe my ears. I said to myself, 'The thing isn't possible' " R.: " Come, now, since we are both of a trade, tell me'how is business with you."., G. (with -a decided tone): "Bad, very bad.", R.: "Just what I say. Nowadays folks have take...

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 21 February 1885

QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH County - Grant. South-Western Province, Queenseliff Division. Electoral .District-Barwon. Division--QueenselifF. • Proclaimed at borough, May. 1863. Area, 2123 acres; Population, 1500 (double tliis nuimber in sunmmer). Tlatepayers on roll, 223; annual value, £7535; revenue, £1757; rates, 1s anilspeciiil (i in the £1; revenue fioi licensis.: £224.: Co: i ciil n'iects at Foresters' hall, Leirlnmonth street, on the 1st Monday of 'each month at 7 p1m in May to No-, vember; 8 pmin Decenmber to An il. Town Clerk attends Tuesdays and Thursdays, fron. 10 am to 12 noon.

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