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Marcus Hill Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Idarcuis Hill Tea· Meeting. Tile lonr-looked-for tea-meetin g a Mucus, Hill': was 'held on 1Tue. dav i las Get goal w;tthelr' foi any, out lrooi trip and lialf the plea P rea beins. lt?:t four o'dlock, il uii afterioonnthe ,first notice w'asgiven that solnetlhin( was.astii. IThie strains of the Queeusulift Bra iss B:ind gave til 'signal for departtire. The Cl inauian's. Hat" or staff having at the top the shape of a celestial's headi cover ing, and hung about with bells. heaIled the piocessioln, and looked exceedlingly well Marcus Hill beg'an to appear very lively about 5 o'clock Nniiibers came flocking in from all sides. Some on foot, some on horseback, somin il cachles, an l other vehicles. Tea'hbean almost lunc tually a't 15.30.. Many were surprised at the outside of the builling, its pietty appearance from the road, nestled, iin tr:.es. Its inside too is very nieat and commodious; but the repaist on the tables lookig suimptuous and of the very best, was for the time being the gr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Evil Effects of Smoking. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Evil Effects 'of Smoking. " The first and only time' that an excellent and tender missionary is known to have smoked was upon the hospitable board of the king of New Guinea. A As all sublsequent traces of hiin have disappeared, we lhave no means of ascertaining how he liked the pro cess, but there is reason to' believe tliat;he very seriously disagreed with'thedmonarch."

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From W. Robert Roberts. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

., a .rrom W. Robert :Roberts: I take this opportunity of statoi r nmy opiniion"of Qucenscliffias a health resort: that it.i) pierfect ini all the iays in which tie debilitated, either in pursuit:dof business nor, fromn constitutioinal" weak ness, may return to healtli: To'Lhcie? in seiarch'' f 'l ?lih with strength, corn bined, I say, ,without any'hesitition, come to Queenscliff. 1Frofio Jaimes Georege Beaney, F.R .C.S senior .surgeon by election of, the go! vernors to `the Melbourne , hospital, Queenscliff is 'deliIhtful resort for thliose$ whose vital. powers: rlequire recn peration. :The .valetudinarian can find much t6 beguile his leisu'rr hours' in the many iimpiroveiients *ivhicih have beeri mad?opf latel' the Cliff; together with an ever varyinig panorama, 'of iniward and outward bound vessels;' the mui?icipa baths are' excellent.: The, colness. of temperature affords great relief: to invalids in' ho wtiather; whilst 'thei sea-bathing advanitages arad very great,through the ...

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Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

,Borough: Council. Aý ° aljor.n'ied in'eetiig f . the council irata liilfi lMonday.: There ,was ''- full attenh?nac.. , T.he following :inotioirs were agreed to ' eMoved by,Or. iAdmans; tsecdnded: by Ci. C.uzensisThat th. sini ite o. n come and expenditure for the serC:ice, of. the year 1885, submitted by the towii clerk be now qngreieed to by the council:and entered upon the rate book. Moved by Cr. Cnzens, seconded by Ci2; RaTikin- wThat. the Council do now, make' S'ate of 'one sillintg in thI pound on the unt annual value of the rateable property oLthe Borough for the year ending 31st. Decebuger, 1885. XMoved by: r. Cottier, secondedl, by Cr. Ark-ins-That: the Council sit to am'end the rate now made on the 9th day of Mluirch, 1885,. at 12 o'clock noon, under the 2G4th scection of .the Local Government .Act and that appeals be heard at the next succeeding Court of Petty Sessions after thie expirnation of one month from, the date of making the ra te. The Government g'arit of £200 wa...

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Casabianca. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Casabianea., : S[The following verses were .sent -to iusTby;a subscriber: We insert them without any altera Lion whatever. We don't know whether it is.a thrilling narrative of actual facts, or if it is in tended to be a burlesque on the welliknown poem. Our funny editor being absent,iwe leave it tolthe public.] .* The boy stood-on the toll gate fence, Whence all but he harltfled; - The lights from the engines standing by 'Shone round the railway shed; He, shouted out, " My father, say If I may yet:be.gono ?" But only the whistling wind replied, And fast the train came on. S e stood upon the topmost rail,: S :And gazed ithl straining 'oes; " ' Then moved his lips in silent prayer, And looked up to.the skies, A.nd shouted'bit once more aloud . My father, must. I stay ." ''While through the steam and simoke The shrieking train makes way: There came a burst of thunder sound ; "The boy, where is he gone ? .. -. Ask of the winds that far around Strewed bits of-meat and bon. i His father s...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

QUEENSCLT F_.BOROUGH .,County, :'Grant. South-Western Province, ':Qiueen?cseliff'Diviiori. ? ' Electoral <Distt-ict, Bari.,Q, i Th.ivision Qiiueensciff.. : Procla]inel :a borough,;May 18?1.I Area, 2123 acres 'Pop?:tiatiio'l1500 (double this numnbei i, summer). RTitpyers on ol, ,o 2 3; annual valu? ,£53,;: revenue; ,15",7 ,rates, 1s "and; speciail Gd 'itihlif£1 reenue Council meets at F.:orester s hall, LLearmontli. street, on the 1st dh'onilay ,ofeach:iouth a 7 p?on ii Ma';to NL'o vember; 8pi D'ecem ber to A'iil' 'owT i Clerk aftt- ind Te sdavs and Thursdays, fioni 10 anm to 12;dnoon.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

To thelEditor. Sir,---Last Sunday morniing at about 7 a.m. many. were pleasantly 'aroused from their. slumbers by the sweet. strains of music. `Yes. it was the locsl band, and I cannot refrain from complimenting Mr Robson, the originator and father of it, on the manner in which they rendered the following pieces, viz., " The Living Fountain," "Sweet bye-and-bye" " Hear the call,!! and ~' St; Oswald." . Verily he. is striving, to., add, more attractions to Queencliff and every 'en'couragetnent should be awaided liim. Yours, etc., A VISITOR.

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The Household [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

GINGER BIscUIT.-Ginger :biscuits, an agreeable variation of ginger cookies, are made of one pound of flour, half a pound of butter, half a pound of sugar, two eggs, two heaping tablespoonfuls of ginger, two tea spoonfuls of baking powder ; mix thoroughly and mold into small biscuits ; bake in a quick oven. A little salt is required unless the butter is very salty. ; A BREAKFAST DIsir.-A very nice break-i fast dish is made by chopping remainis'of yesterday's roast very, fine and' seasoning ,well; thentake some mashed potato, miix one or twobfraw eggs with it until it is like a paste and can be spread out, sprinkle it with flour, and cut out round cakes ; put a table spoonful or more of meat upon one cake; lay another over it and press the,edges to gether, and fry in hot lard or beef drippings until: a delicate brown. .PANCAKES.-A novelty ini- pancakes is made in this way :- To tiro eggs allow twod ounces of flour, a little salt, and milk enough to make a batter of.mediumthickness.,Be...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

To the Ecditor. Sir,-I have made complaints about the state of the waterholes at the Springs. The Borough Inspector in formed me that he had drawn attention of the council to the fact in his-last re port and stated that it should be attended to at once. Why do I pay 6d a week ? And what for? There is little or no grass and, I must give my cow valuable rain water. Your Borough Inspector reports cases, but it appears you don't support him. COWKEEPER.

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A New Pair of Shoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

A New Pair of Shoes.,' When a woman has a new pair 'of shoes' sent home, she performs altogether different. froma man. She never shoves her toes ,into them and yanks and hauls until she is red in' the face and all oiit of bhreith,,and then'goes. stamping and kickihg' around, but pnulls them on part way carefully, twitches them off again to take a last look and see if she has got the right one, pulls them on again, lobks. at them dreamily, says ,they are just right, then takes another look, stops suddenly. to smooth out a wrinkle, twists around and sur veys them sideways,' eiclaims :" Mercy,: how loose they are," looks at them again square in front, works her foot around so they won't hurt her quite so much, takes them off, looks at the heel, the toe, the bottom and the in side, puts them on again, walks up and down the room once or twice, remarks toherbetter half that she won't have them at any price, tilts down the mirror so she can see how they look, turns in every possible direct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Put everything in its place. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Coughs, Influenza.-The' soothing properties of the medicaments render them well worthy of trial in all respiratory organs. In common colds and influenza the Pills, taken inter a _ly, and the Ointment rubbed over the chest and throat, .are exceedingly efficacious. When influenza is epidemic, this treatment is the easiest, safest, and surest. Holloway's Pills purify the blood, remove all obstacles to its free circulation through the lnngs, re lieve the over-gorged air' tubes, and render respiration free, without reducing toe strength irritating the nerves, or depressing the spirits: such are the ready means of saving suffering when anyone is afflicted with colds, ceughs, bronchitis, and other chest complaints, by which so many persons are seriously and per nianently afflicted in most countries. Be just and fear not. THE LIFE OF AN M.P.-An M.P., deploring the evil' effects of London habits on the health, said that were it not'...

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A Skilful Surgical Operation [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

A' Skilful Surgical Operation An Americau Ambassador at Vienna, iMr Kasson, has lately forwarded to his Govern ment, an interesting account of a remarkable sTrgral operation, lately performed by Pro csso:'. ii'O )li I '',.'l'i]a, which,i iw6 id 'rfil i t. itell, (i, l(Iedii the ir'ioval 'of an ortiiti L jof tl'c iu.;lan-it macl:;, involving nearly one't iiid otf tli org:in- .mlst:ii?i t6 satoi .tei ; patient recov&tered-;lie ol iils;cssfill ope 'atioi' of tie kini!i evr:,pe'lrti'l.; lhe dieised fptlor lu his.l olpiiattion,' wil p-,r fiormed ii il'icer of hlie to;;,fieh, at ntdudl-F iith ile followving'sylmptoms- 'Thieal)peti6 c s uiiite noor. Thlere isa peca.iar indescriib able distressu, ,the stomach, a feelin 'th:iti . has' b~fct described' -i, a fainti aI ll , gon", s'iiittioi*; a sticky slitie .collects about the,, .eethfle l ijal' in V tiie morning, eW.:4aI . idi'byan,.ii,|itleaic it' taite.- Fioolflst, t feelin. '"rt( cyis 'iare snuk en tinged withi e'lliw; tlie liaini...

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Very Sad. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Very Sad. Mithridates Oppenheimer was the ditori of a weekly fashion journal., H~Idlovid,-butt "he could not wed. ` Fashionable journalism is'a great and noble thing, but it sonimtimes d6es not pay. Oppenheimer realised that: his income, even. including his commissions on, the sale of paper pattern s would not enable him to support a wife,'as wives wished to be supported nowadays, :: What was'he to do? He could Inot increase his income. He must reduce the expecta tions of his wife. For that purpose he will use the mighty engine referred to. The next day he wrote in the Fashion Notes.:' -It is.no longer bon ton:' for"young gentlemen of fashion to present engagement rings to their fiancdes." Then he went to the house of. Miss Anas tasia Pettingill, and offered'himself. She accepted him. She-looked as if she would have liked a diamond ring, but she said nothing. Next week she` read in her betrothed's paper, "Presents between fiancees are now considered in very bad gout.!"' She' sighed,...

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Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters ever made. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Hiop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters ever made. Trhey :are: coniounded from Hops, Malt Buchn, Mandrake, and Dandeliii--the pur .st, best, anid most valun:ble mediciies in the world, and contain all the best and most cu rative properties of all other remedies, being the greaitest Bloo:l Purifier. Liver Regulator, and Life and Health Restoring Agent on earth. No disense or ill-health can po'sibly 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 or.ans, or who require an appetizer, Tonic. and sti mulauit, Hop Bitters are invalutable. being highly curative, tonic and stimulating with out intoxicating. *No matter what your feelings or symptoms are, what the disease or ailment is. iise Hop Bitters. Don't wait until you are sick, but if vou only feel bad or miserable, use Hop Bit ters. Don't wait until you are sick, but if you ...

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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

An Alarming Disease Afict Sing a Numerous Class. The disease commences with a slight de angcment:of thd stomach, but if neglected, it":in time involves~ the whole frame, em bracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and, in fact, the: entire glandular system, and the afflicted, drags out a mi3erable existeince until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for other com plaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions, he will be able to determine whether he himself is one of the afflicted-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty, in breathing after eating ? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow tinge? Does a thick,' sticky. mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by. a disagreeable taste ? Is the tongue coated ? -Is there pains in the side and back? Is there a fulness about the right side as if the liver were enlarging ? Is there costiveness ? Is there vertigo or dizziness when ri...

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PRAYER. To The Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

PRAYER. To The Editor.. : ir, It is reported iin :tle 'c Daily T.elegia'iih" that a certaiii clergy man>' of thlie Chiurch of England,. liibist'"'lig in one of~ tile sniiris.of Ielb;Ourie, Iprnaed fori the repilose Of the souls of General G ordon atith eservice last Siindayly. This pagraaphlma" perhaps haie lieen i written by one who is not. a ii clhaian, and tlher:efore :imperfeety acq'im iteil! With its Situal, but the fact remnaius thit'::there : tii?t have been some gronilsni fo sucIh a .tatemeit in a leiling nltri olitan pirint. N~ie apirt from the fact of tllis piiactice "being un-English and quite uiniantiorised by the Churchli, this- iucidenit: etmiices a %desire on the part of certain. ecclsiastics to ape %nd perhaps to revive': the cere liionial of mediaval tinies, aind to sub.6ti tute pomp and show for relig on.: Bit, ;after all, may not theAe grand prayers and iceremonies and solemn marches" lie :pie mature seeing that theie is io posnitive : proof that General Gordon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

:SrrentO and ortsea )IDistrict aid B ellarine shire Advertiser.?' - ',.,pr¢ ., ':, , ! ." -- ? . ;. : ',? : .? ' - .? .LKURIOS4 . S on view at Adm'lns'i' illb ?he Sea rh . re rt f '"': ": r·!r! Fr:. ..To view ye onders of Fioireigniands And'yenii'lvels,of?ye' )i)uk ,and "Dep.J`lie -. :j, cni.rel ie? f r colleeiio' e . --Complimentary Banquet o s ADMAS AN STO AN, `s;Tillieu Hotel;, 10th March; 1l185i Rit Piror to departure for Europe: S: . . JQRDONbSecretary; Sale' of- Sifur s to6' .f.':f late Bazaar.!. t?(4 ; 'The Sports. Club have :decideyd dihold;a .E.le Gof,,( ifts;,nat they For ster- IHll ;on T'ihrv'ay and i Saturday,i 5 and :stijt ,lich-. f;i to;,ihepurpo eof di uposing of thve i": vulable: go rom Bzaa in Jan uar??'t t.i ~ eabove clu iibei, . ? rand .,Concert.?'r , \Vill be given each evening aiid?? dififer ant?pr nmmne nrrianged for. eai ;chlidtin-:t i ii rit Mi? Letwis, has kindly: cons'unteFtto' e: :-fi n~'i i ".;hisv, lekerdemnin vi m.vytenie't eacli tening Mr Reilly who Ih...

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(Copy of Letter.) Victorian Railways, Melbourne, 26th February, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

. .... : I~tii' (:Cupy of= Letter,) Vi ..itorian Railways;: M'delbouirn? S .:(? .2thFebruary,'188.: Sir ,--In answer..to yours of the l7tlr ;instan,' addl?sscil, to the., Sccietairyt;ori RaiIW3ya,, : )Jai.e the !onor.to iinfornm yu hu thh?t-t!e farcs4 anld terms for.suclih'an c cursioln as. the ol !ionoscac by' OU'are 1 " "'?Io · ,., , To Ballarat and E y1 Backm ? oiid e' l ^ Teach'rs. dul e hs ?}1 , from .. . : cu'eansclif. 1 8 4 0 4 0 . 5 4 Marus i .!. 1 7 3 8 s 3 8 411 £39' Drysdale' :. 1 6 3 (6 3 6 4 8 ;Kensingtaon . . 3 3: 33 !4 4 INote:--t teacheli only allowed to every 10 childre un i.lcr 16 ears: Subilmit d ite for approvdal, a.d state mnaxinuni nuinheimb of tickets requiredil at enclh of the fourdi vision . F urther, fix hour odleatvin Qiieenis cliff and Balanrat resplcctively.

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Proposed Railway Excursion to Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

Proposed Railway Excursion to Ballarat. A meeting of the Board. of Advice was held" oi Tuesday. Present: MHessrs Priddle,. chairman; Jordan, correspon dent; Simpkiii and Hodge. The at tached correspondence was submitted by Mr Jordan, and lie, was instructed to forward a copy to all the State schools in the district. On the price for tickets submitted -by the department :there will be a •slight increase to pay for preliminary expenses. The idea of providing the children with a dinner in Ballarat was not entertained, as there would be too much trouble with it, and it was thought that it would be better to allow the excursionists to provide for themselves, ,the, same. as they do here. A meeting of those wishing to. promote the excursion is called for Wednesday. Queenscliff, 23rd February,. 1885. To the Head Teacher State School at-------- Sir,-I beg to submit scheme for iP s' iul.ial:i, U licsi fl toBh i Li'jlnlfni'l l.i' lsi') {{rio a ] t}i;;·loc'ilitsrc, i~r o:;,, Of' P i o'ue. d ' i...

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Facetiae. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 February 1885

.. 'A',,fricndof ourswwho has two cork.lcgs, a cork arm, and a glass eye, say she'should feel, qiite safe if he went to war ifl.h' had'a cork body. The poor man's dog who'has ?ily a bone, and the rich man's dog who.feds ?oh tender loin,.are both alike?wvhen they ai're asleep, as yopu'll'fiuiiittit'if you stirithem+upiwith your boot. :- ' Atwell-kriown bishop, in sioiking recently of; the Salvation Armyi , ciose r.ather'" happy - illustration,'whiuph, deseryves to be quoted. "The hotter the fire the Sooner.it.burns.itself" " Oh, Clara, did you see that Miss Scraggs was married the other day?" "Was she, dearie. I hope the 'wedding was a happy one." "Oh, it mut' have pen. Why she had a satin train three yardalong." "A kiss withoutaif mousd'che is like an egg without salt;? saidiourreporter, carefully smoothing out: his ilthree.liairs and a half. : Maybe it liaiaybeit is: is't," replied we, pensively.; ..... The girll' Ive een kissing the last five-and=wenty years hasn't got a mous. tac...

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