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Death of Mr E. Jennings. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 March 1884

Death of .vMr -E.- Jennii 6s8 IN our issue of this day week we had to notice the death of our old and esteemed . townsman,-the;late. Mr J. Brooks, and vwe have now to chronicle that of Mr E; ije - nings, another, old and: respected ,citizedu, whose cheerful, straightforward, and kind manners caused him to be liked by all who- - knew-ibm.'; Mr Jennings' death was'ex : pected fo. some time, as he 'as su ing from -canber and had reached the age -of 751 years. He died at his late residence, Comrn, oii: Friday night last, and on Sunday his bodyv'ias"takei to St. George's Chlurch, ':. iwhijh he?w asone6 of the oldest nembears i Iwhehe'ai d Mrs Jennings were in cons itant :attendance twice every..und'ay. <The.K ] · : H . T Wilkinion..read that 'portion of Jthe' - bunalr servl ic appointed, to the church, and the choir sing an appro - pnratehymni, :Abide ,'irth ,me and aao. gether .thej: serviceE was; mf -nmýp resi e,: kA long line of, vehicles, filledIby;the de- : ceased's,;frie...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, 5TH MARCH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 March 1884

WEDNESDAY, 5TH MARCH, 1884. The ordinary monthly meeting. of the Queenscliff Borough Council on Mon day night lapse1for want-of a quoirumn. There were present--TIhe Ma)yor, Crs Adliians, Arkins, airid Jamieson: After waiting half an hour, the meeting was adjourned till Monday next;at 8 o'clock. A'very: good criterion of 'the eason is the revenue, froin the baths. The in coien de blif'iiFi'o tis source this season is' considerably below: "tlit of last year. The number of season tickets issued show ai m?rial falliig off. The sinigle' til?kets and -cash ~ikings shoiw better. Thiis'sibject formedone .of the topics of conversation on mmiicipal matters bycouncillorsj while waiting for a quoruni bIo Mday ~imght. :LAnA habitual drunk was brought before O. C. Simp.on, J.P., on Monday, at the police court, by Constable Breen. on the charge of being an habitual drunkland, accompanied with diseider; this being ( the second offence i;u-one week, Mr Simipsoin severerely reprimandedl him) 1 on lhi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 March 1884

DEATHS.     JENNINGS—On the 29th February, at   Como, Queenscliff, Edward Jennings,   aged 75 years. A respected Victorian colonist 35 years, the last 27 of which     he lived in this borough.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

ioloiw?yis. Ohitnient; -. Bad legs wounds; jlces, 'and all descriptions of ;sores are cured by the proper and dili gent il?se of these inestimable prepara ons. "To attempt to cre bad legs by plasterinig, the edged pf the wound together is folly, for @hould the skiiin unite, a boggy,. diseased condition.re_ mains' underneath, to break out withý tenfold fury in a. few days Th:e only ratiornal and permanent treatment,: as indicaied by, nature;, is to reduce ithe iii flauninstipii in, nd about the wound ,to soothe the neighbouring nerves, to cool tite heated blood as it' courses along. its vessels, :and to render its .watery, horo}ýs discharge ,iconsistent and healthy. Holloway's pills 'shuld like' wise hetaken4 to 'purify the blood and: expel ,thg; nioxious ,htiunoiur from thie iystem. Hop Bitters are the purest ,1and ýbeet Bitters ever :made6. .They are compounded; -fromn :bops;, malt, bhihu, mandrake, and dandelion, the' oldest best' and' most valuable med icines in the world, and'Co...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

:Neivslid ? Notesi , One. ofthey last .of. a line of, kings ewho: used. tobe :monarchq of all they surveyed itweien Geelong and Colac, King Billy, arrimed from Geelong; on 'Wedne?day last, so as to grace the Queenscliff .racecourse with ; his pre-, sence. His royal highness travelled' in cog and barefoot. We are requested to call the atten tii of : members of the Queenscliffe Cricket Clu' to the fact that the names chosen to play itn any of the forth coming inatches will he posted in the window of Mr J. Williams, Hesse street, and that those members will be expected on the ground at the appointed time, thus saving, the trouble. and inconveni ence such as was caused last Saturday through men not turniaig up. Any persons willing: to' join the club and :ishing. to play Iri any matches will oblige by giving their names to Mr D. Williams, captain Q...C, Br Ward,W.M1., Cosmopolitan Lodge made the presentation of a beautiful P.M. jewel and an address to Br T.. Dickinson, J.P., Past Master ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF ANNUAL RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

* fEE1NSQLUFF a NJ4L RAGE 1U3£ETJýGS THOMAS STONEMAN, J.P. T.?ARDS: ,. -' SMUEI'". wJOSit Lfl... OSINJ :THTJ., 8 psan exellntV ands. A13KIN ; W SETllIAN, JAMES KERR, G:' l UAr' omIoEP J eHN-OR, GEO. {AD3IANS.` *.. .ws: ra s snrflllpi ~er. 1iac pp~er 'JAMES WILSON St. Albans. Judge' 114. TllOýItga CUMMING, M L. .Starter J D lIOBINSON Trisurer rTrOMAF4ARKIN - ,.J ' oN KINPRhn.' Sec: iedp Te above races °tool place en:Wed tesday gass ind we in eveey way ao erononi ed 'success ý The weatherwas plorilops, then s~lott =exellenit; nds 4 hli lg tendance beyond the execrtdations Qfn ulie steards, lio are to be eon egrtu o p .so. ne-ar-c h Sent?~ he course isicely situatedan podei h `kindl . hantd ftoigthe .se to ltier, tn anh none he club go dl Hi i e H gettWgf line pdoen ;geat inferest ii-oolpir the ~ p .twrs to pd vforea ?dais nopnptfor, e lie reidents ane wen to aofter 0 on. Wan iie fo mnen andypaeustrians ~begani to prrive6n` he' tou're fion ? ill dc3eptig.? s ,Q un. liff, ?d : oure?` fu...

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CRICKET. QUEENSCLIFF V. HERMITAGE. Another victory for Queenscliff. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

.CRICKET. QUEENSCLIFF V. HERMITAGE. Another victory foir Q id' I : The: above: match ewas played oni Sat rdayalast, ;on thil local grtourd,,i?,g as will-be-: seen, resulted irn Our boys" `ad din g anther vitory :to tiheir list. T'he gamie .star ted shortly- after.:11 o'clock, after some' little trouble in get-. ting: a teat: together, teli. men not turn ing up :asithey: should do Queeiis:liff also., suffered a loss through. the two Wilkinsond's and O'Connor being away,. but notwvithstandiug tlis they maianaged:. to' beat :`their. opponents .by aimii~ngs aiil 12 runs. The Hermitage played a very good game but the bowling of A. Williams, W Stephein and Faning was too goodito allow'of any :advantag& being ifen of it None' of the vtstolrs ceod:wars'o first iniigs with 9, M1 rthur and iReid coning next with i each, a:T'sou. with . 4 ii tle secoildl inninigs was te highiest scorei., :ThLe scoring .for. the Clihff ,aas principally done by the biothers Williams A. WVilliams making 2...

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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

LOBSTER CROQUTETTES.-Take any bits of' lobster which you have left and pound it until dark and light meat and the coral are well mixed; mix with it not quite an equal quantity of fine bread crums; season with pepper and salt and a few grains of cayenne; add a little melted butter (if the bread is. very dry it may require two tablespoonfuls). Form the niixture into egg-shaped balls, roll in egg and fine crumbs, and fry in boil ing lard. MARYLa ND PIs.--Pare six medium-sized, potatoes, covered 'with hot water, and beo. until they are soft, mash theni with a little milk and salt. Butter'a small pudding'dish and put-some of the-pbtato around the sides.. Lay in slices of cold mutton ; that whichi is a little rare is best. Put in pepper and' salt, a' wine-glass of catsup, and enough gravy to make the meat quite moist. Cover with mashed potato, score with a knife, and hake in an oven about forty minutes. Just as it begins to brown rub a little butter over, the top. ALMOND CRAnt.-A rather c...

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MRS. THORPE'S NIECE A STORY IN TWO CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

habitations. " hat a dreadfully forsaken pNI ceL" I eaimed. STORY I wonder if there is a human creature to be met with within ten m.s" I Hardl wondere the wordsay overut of my mouthubble with my dogs and corner, I p erceived a goodly Septemberrow of haystacksun heard ting down on me, and hadsome tarrived atn] that pitch of fatigue w was in hen vicinie stumbles rather than walks, and every yard ofseems a milefarm. Three minutes brought me peither, the house, and, tired as I was. I had, I could nothe help standing, for a second in the gateway, day before to with delight the charmooting I hold buhired, and inaugurated the first quite of Septemberne's ideal of a solitarmyouse, gabled and mullioneur, awaiting a party of friends on tli& morrow. The keeper had gone home some time ago, declarjecting porth, in which stood a dayoung girl, with a kittening, her arms. There ,curtail the solitary evening that awaited me, at last was a human creature. "partly good girl," I calknowledge ou...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION. HAPPINESS. "I would I were a milkmaid, To snig, love, marry, churn, brew, bake, and die; Then have my simple headstoneby the church, And all things lived and ended honestly." " Queen Mary "--T8xrsoM. Cicely spins beside the way, In the shade, a harvest day; Silken rustle sweepeth nigh, Rich-dressed lady standeth by. "All so peaceful, I confess, Here, at last, dwells happiness ! Say,,good mdother, did'st thou e'er Envy's pang, or sorrow's, bear?" Bent old Cicely looks and smiles:: "Envy, lady, each beguiles; . And for me, in youth's far day, Once we chose the Queen of May, "And the maiden crowned with glee Stole my lover's heart from me." Said the lady low, "Distress Not self.caused is happiness" "Happiness !" quoth Cicely,. "No,. But at Courts such flower can grow;,. ..: Quidt and content, at most, Are the plants these fields can boa.' "I must tend the cows, and keep Watchful care o'er straying sheep." Said the lady, " Such cares bless Tranquil hours with happiness...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

Dr. Franklin thought that judges ought to be appointed by the lawyers; for, added the shrewd man, in Scotland, where this practice prevails, they always select the ablest member, of the profession, in order to get rid of him and share his practice them. sslves. At a certain Ladies' Seminary, remarkable for the shortness of its commons, one of the rules of the establishment was that each boarder, in turn, should recite a verse from Scripture just before commencing dinner. A young lady from the rural districts, whose imagination revelled in the good things of life as they were wont to be exhibited on her father's table, thus delivered herself at the appointed time: "How many hired servants of my father's have bread enough and to spare, and I persh with lhunger."

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ADVICE TO A YOUNG WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

ADVICE TO A YOUNG WIFE. Never discuss servants at table. Never disturb a man while reading hi paper. Never ask a fat man for any hing.while pulling on his boots. Never speak to a man until h"',has had something good to eat. : `When iyou want anything wait until he has had his breakfast, and then help him tenderly, into .,his coat, and. while behind him, smoothing his collar the right way, ask for it. Never offer a man anything twice. When he looks injured and plaintive, ex amine his "plate ; there is sure to be a va cancy. Be careful not to be behind him if he stubs his tee in the carpet, because you 'will be the cause. If he 'omes to breakfast looking on the eve of sobs ask not the, reason, for. he will ariswer that he.had but one towel. . If he lies on the sofa, after, dinner and shakes the.house with his snores accuse him not of leeping, ;-for lhe is " merel~itltnking with his eyes shu:t. If he says he is "going to the drug store for a moment, dear," bid him adieu for the evening...

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Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

6at WyIaggis. As things appear in different lights to dif ferent people, we should respect the opinions of others, even when we retain our own. The power possessed over us by those who love is nearly always greater than that which we possess over ourselves, . He that revenges knows no rest, The meek possess a peacefulbreast. As the swoad of the best tempered mettle is most flexible, so the truly generous are most pliant and courteous in their behaviour to their inferiors. A wise man will be more anxious to de serve a fair name than to possess it; and this will teach him so to live as not to be afraid to die. Oh I! if you could only witness the terrible struggles passing in the heart of that friend whose vivacity annoys you, whose fickleness provokes you, whose faults sometimes even make you blush. If you saw the tears that are shed in secret, the vexation felt against self (perhaps on your account), you would indeed pity them. Love them; make allow ances for them ; never let them fe...

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IS IT REAL? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

IS IT REAL? "Well, I must be going now, Dick, for 'time and tide wait for no man,' you know." We had been discussing some important' matters of business previous to my going to a distant town in a south-western county. "' Never mind your old saw, Tom," replied my friend; " you have time enough, and if you go now you will be waiting for time, which, as you say, will not wait for you. Ten minutes will take you to the station, and the train does not leave till one, o'clock. 'Tis now, you see, only half-past twelve," and Dick appealed to a very elegant-looking watch which he drew from his pocket. "' Holloa ! When did you get that. gor geous ticker and albert chain ? .Gold, ain't it ? Wiht' Iould affor d ii chixtravaginc ." "Not exactly gold," he replied; looking a little disconcerted, but the next thing to it." "No, it isn't, Dick," I retorted; "'tisn't as good for wear, nor as good for the melt ing-pot. Besides, if a fellow was hard up, as you and I have sometimes been, he would not ge...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ESPLANADE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

SI?:SPLANA'.DE HOTEL. i 1 hotiunisOu Moore aud family `air nuidMrs M'itthews ' Moore ntdau ghter Di M'ueller Misses' Can, Mason: Moore, hiWallace, Bluns M ssrs Keenan Hogg, 'Burg, Ferguson, 'Sarcgeint, Thurling, Bade, Cockran, '.Mason (3), Brown Kelly OMalley, Robins o, Finley, Bell, Hogg, Johnson, Freidman

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VISITORS' LISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

;6V48Yt th Id;bU ;. iVJ'YI'ORS iis'rs * "( I- ;u;: ;ittetcis and other houses are recieste'd end Mi.:lthei ;=ievisei:) visitoirs.lists ';onThusla teno , Mr and Mrs Stewart and'huýil . , DI Watson , f i 3,i ~1'x" J.-Hut nb s ,, t{,-t 1r4,*ra~.' Bayne'. ng 4 iir' :onanti P ej;;: ,, `.: L;1,LSOI ..ar;.ýý?'." ;<,ý f, Srirs Price nd antil r CMrs ~mnv;I1lom mngto ,Hallenstine H F. Drew, H. Drew, Baille, Rayson ,k4ie Wasa V tstm, Sp onionný(2Yl' LfUCh1ifl :Detue; 'Baiyie Webster4,'4 Cuiiuts Rbeits (2), 1 eck, Tlutchiis, Drew, . Messrs: 'ThompsoU, Audrew~s, 3 Thomson. C Smit StewairldBlogg, Grist, Lang ''Holt; V'nderheyde, Kendall, Chaiurb. * Robinson, '`Dower,' Gaibmith, 1 :,ers;" 1 ~ ~ :~ F: Lamible Buchan, 11elville, Welsher, Bates Hoi ard, rantemin

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 8TH MARCH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

SATURDAY, 8TH MARCH, 1884:. TiAT the residents anid visitors ".of' Quieenseliff appreciate 'a good day's sport iras amply evidenced by thenunin ber of reople that visited' the racecourse on Wednesday last. The weather--was all that could be desired, and? the different events were fairly well, con tested; in fact, the whole affair reflected the greatest credit. on. those gentlemen who promoted and brought to a close so enjoyable a, meeting. It is to be hoped that some of those who have shown us what they can do in, the way of instituting a race, meeting will not be content to rest upon their well-earned laurels, for the remainder of a season that is fast drawing to a close. There is yet time to inaugurate a meeting of. a different description, but of an equally interesting character, if the matter lbe at once taken in hand. We allude to athletic sports. With such a number of healthy, stro?og and active yonng men as Queenscliff can boast, to say nothing of the artillery'men in the for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

.THE iSHELLS WILL SOON RESIDENTS -ISITORS, AND Excursionists= WONDERS OF THE DEEP And the .tMiave1.s of:th' t Ocean At the Great Exhibition of Shells and Ciiurios in n ` ""'?"DMANS' HALL" BY THE SEA: Admission free. FAMILY BUTCHERE.E R S TREE T, MERCER- STREET, Queeuscliff. RR C: W. NAYLO R, ;..: Professor of PIANO AND SINGING; V isits Quenescliff every Tliursday. ,Singing, class:.Thursday eveninigs in St. Andrew's Church. ' Communications .maayribe addresseI care iofMissWilson, Fancy Repository. R OB RT AND ERSON, . oodcarter ,&c . , ]KING STREET, : ear B "rns'Stables. ..shpits ,emptied Wood tsupplied? by ".th.e load toni oir cwt All orders punctually attended to , ;lR:ARTEFIJL !i COMFORTING. . . .EFPS' COCOA. .. BREAKFAST the ^naturil laws. which? govern t; beoperatjdinof digestion ,and nu: ti itioii and liy a careful appilicttion I'f ;the fi?fine .. iroperties o . i ,well, ,seleeted Cocoa,:iMr Epps has pro :'ied ,our br'eakfast: tables iith a delicately flavoured bevirage...

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INTOXICANA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

INTOXICANA. If there are many things on which to get intoxicated, there are still more forms of in. toxication. These vary principally with the individual; and here, again, is the well known fact that the quantity ivhich a man may drink at one time with impunity will serve to overcome him at another. Much depends on the state of the health, the pre sence or absence of food in the stomach, the question of habitude as to the time of day, the mental condition at the moment an excited person being much more quickly affected than one whose mind is tranquil- and the nature of the liquor; for different people are =susceptible to spirits, wine,, or beer in different degrees, which do not always correspond with the proportions of alcohol which those fluids contain. "Mit ing one's liquors" is proverbially unwise; yet at the dinner-table one may take lalf-a dozen wines in succession with a result which might be different if no food were taken concurrently. Brandy, whisky, hol-' lands, rum, gin...

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MY FRIEND THE TIGER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 8 March 1884

MY FRIENDjTHE TIGER. M' any are the tales told of faithful dogs, horses, cats, and other domestic animals. The following, incredible as it may appear, is, I believe, a true account of the fidelity shown by one of the most ferocious of the fere nature to his master, as told me by a friend, now, alas I no more. The friend I allude to was one of the most distinguished of the officers of the late Honourable East India Company. He was well-known through. out the length and breadth of the land as one without fear and reproach. Pre-eminent as a soldier, as a statesman, and as a sports. man, he will never be forgotten as long as the annals of our Eastern Empire are extant. Many are the monuments raised to his memory, but none more enduring than the affectionate regard in which he is held by the Bheels, whom he brought under subjec tion, not by the rigour of the law, but by personal example and dashing, almost reck less, bravery, winning the hearts of the people by his open-handed generosity...

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