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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

0 ..... 9 ' Any description of General Printing executed in First-class Style with JO -J <Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, at the Office of Sthis Newspaper. .. .. In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for:. Large Advertisements, and Low quotations for :,a3l i ... .,~I . . . . . . . . .. . . --:-; 1·1';;;? ";I ", ,, ,- --1 ,1 ,1 ,- ,- -- .... ,I , -- . ,, . . . .. . , • ,. ,= - - - ..

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Letters be Jolly ! [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Letters :be Jolly I Christmas is "literally" a season of festivity and feeding, as may be seen by analysing the "literal" component parts. An "initial" effort will at, once show.us what:Christmas really is C ards,.i C uddlings, Invitations, S ausages, T urkeys, M istletoe, Almond, S napdragon. .A cynical correspondent, however, who has been analysing the festive season in. a very different manner, writes to suggest that this is what Christmaslitterallyis Whisky, H eadaches; C olics, Cheques, Per aspiration; Troubles, Accounts, and A ggra vation,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

The good die young. The old live to lie about the best time on record, and are spoken of as," oldest inhabitants." The woman with no front teeth is not a pleasant object to look at; but it does not necessarily follow that she is a backbiter. S"Waiter I" "Yes, sir." "What's this 2" "It's bean soup, sir." "No matter what it has been. The question is, what is it now ?" " There is a common feature between bill getting-discounted and betting on horse racing.. In both cases the backer usually has to pay." Judge-" Prisoner at the bar, have you ever been brought into court before ?" Pri. soner-" Yes, my lord, .I have sat on the The Figaro lately announced that Count Molike was in a state of decline. That the correct. i'' Me-.n follow ?" said Blobbs, alluding bosom (a ind aben t) friend, "I believe Why, he wouldn't even make a joke aw ?5-deatl. She , mo 1.y and':,i; divide. This comes of educating bliats. He . had probably been reading a newspaper. If the speculator misses his aim, everybody...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Christmas Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

mlitmnas Weights. - " Listen to the waits, dear," she said to her better half, as she was 0dosing in his arm-chair on Christmas Eve; "All right, read 'em out. What's;" top weight ?" he grunted shortly. "The banjo, at least he seems to be at the head of them." l "jo, Banjo? What's he by ?" e the lamp-post; out of sight now; he ýs.-oved. banjo, by Lamp-post, out of Sight. T.' tVs another of . these blooming imported hc'es, I suppose... What comes next?" he xi ttercd sleepily., {The guitar, dear." 't~uitar, be blowed I Why don't you say Moz.rt. at once ?" he growled, gradually com inrg V the conclusion that he or his wife was going iad. . " I itl:reply at once. I said guitar was nest. SGu~ir I Sullering Moses, what Guitar?" "I thbk yVou'd call'it guitar; he'sby the nawnhak ers 5nd"P~ " awnboker l", he " yelled, jumping to his feet, and glaring wild ly. " Guitar, by Pawn broker, second weight in the Handicap. Holy Moses' Gimme the blooming paper and let me read this infer nal rubbish my...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
'Arry on the "H-Ausstraillyun" Eleven. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

'Arry on the " -Ausstraillyun . Eleven. I'm'w ed icket-keel~per, and oud on't ;findme a sleeper Wheitthe chances, they, are- going, don't .you know; I am godd' at all-round cricket, and my bat. ting you can't lick it, . And I'm rattling good at sending, up, a slow.. . ButI'e just comine from the ihOval,'from ` sight that mustbe novel,;.. : . I believe it is a sort of creamy.treat "It's to see them 'ere H-Aiisstraillyuins, who at cricket is real. villayuns, Playin' 'cricket just like hus iipon "their feet. Now, I've always heard it said by my good old dad that's dead, That this world, like ;a cricket ball was And that fellows there was bein' what they called Antipodean; That is that they were always upside .down. . Nbw tieni H-Auistiaillyu-fellows, the news I papers do tell us;, Came from thit ere very botton beat ; ,And it's'all to their renown; seein' they prac tise upside down,... . . Td see theii play so well.upon their feet. Now bless your ,hearts, I says, give good players alwa...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Trying it on" Effectually. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

* "Trying it on" Effeotually. One of the strongest and Jmot eipert swimmers in the German Army Is the Crown -Prince of Prussia, who during, the summer months is accustomed to take exercise early every mornitg in the .vast swimming school specially alloted to ,the ue. of the garrison at Potsdam..;. His Imperial Highness is a man of. jovial temperament, by no means averse to a harmless practical jest, and has not infrequently amused himself, when the school has been full of huge guardsmen un dergoing their aquatic drill,. by swimming rapidlyup to some hlumsy Anak, seizing him by the neck, and ducling his head under watei until he gasped again. SBit'Frederick Williami can take as Ezell as •play a joke; and one morning,, having u-src ceeded in submerging. several o. hie gianii Grenadiers belonging to-*e celebrated 1st Regimeut--in which +he himselL. had served his Military apprenticeshiph-lie called out aloud- "Now you may try i. on wfth me if youLc wl He had hardly. spokej ee wpida, wh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Advertising Medium for Port arlington And Drysdale D istriots, . Church Services^. T.* ANULEW'S kHUROH ThiVo8 Suniay, l ...i.aIh. ma8iTir? ii Tic Iev. MARTIN l EVVT rto~sdm, I. pre c0I in tlh idTov s.wOs / . , , 1 ??, -E* w " ', i bl? Pre en C NAIA WAVREff U . , - ri;, 1e street, ' O oT . . . soI . . .T Ii i : ,-.'.. ' 'J. WtihIAiS, "' " *":;*"':- : >':+'?" ,` ";'+ "i.. t e stii et,i - / . , * "* ' 'h tliiiiis'cstmier r their, pas • . litIL. vi i tom),,iifr themi thal. ie bi. . l ain and fany' loathl, wvhich he is suti ulnint fail ti give sati-fue'iKi. * ' ""; :.5 Also,3on in. a good variety Of- ', :' s. .... -r:.i,.'ishj i,,?,.rlclder ..'1, ,L - +f:." s ,- .'i? ;,lI' ' 1. 'I,:s;· . res'.T sebi, ,',di 4 'd 's . lPiks.xi S s'. ...Siluol Bi ok.s id GURR IS , NOW SHiOWITNG PIIING NOVYL- I IS. ' ii Ilii lialf'i' i le, -G i t. Shin . ;- y S .i)'-1e stlcicrs, JFlo(wtr', Lace-&i, o. t'1e CuNts"5ectdiry tieaddlr's-' In ulnt e eru prio'u»."- \pr iii ne 1. s .1 ,t V- SuME patients ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Queenscliff Annual Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Qlziscliffs Annual. r6g'ata.% Thei nei iselilt annual reailta was . eo w, Y a Vr's sliad; was . get succes& oollo wiig h tihe rt q 7) - Ire, y a ipreoe muein the ap;par e of a de.-irtted villa ., imo; of tile ipihaltaint either preferrinn to st'ty iinlo?.'o or spendi tleir hxliday ellwhere,. t?ie prituipil plac of attraction was . -'-TLl SPRINGS eU a9nwa8 h'iel.,, i connectii wit'i 'c' t a.1 uiine: Su schIo alte'ilda ic ie n' iadit lhak eiilt elt' ts ofs thlose cnierniedt eve rybl' ,se:ied /;to em..jtli eselveAti'. tlot; ASSEMiBLYfROO *-1 there wasa soud oreelrye liti oWig' to:the f'act that a nuimb-r of.lali"i aiine' eitlein at th invitaItii t inmibers of:tihe kQiAilrni 1 in lim,,iit tuo irii, theli, t fititaistic too."';6.*wnc -forye copiple?lwere pee it..llii.- ratei - rier but of pl"acefor a " vokel" ticriifi se ladies'sdriesesbut ifn I y hlveiimyiy gieat l.tat wis displayedl a ii' 1 niongt alllthe belles, that graed the hill; iiina: 'menition: ti itat oine vouni ady ;'l...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

NEWS AND NOTES, The Rev. Martin Lewis, of Toornk, occupies the pulpit at St. Andrew's to morrow morning and evening. The Sports Club have decided to reduce the price of tennis from 6d to 3d an individual per set of games. Persons may use the court at the reduced price after to:day'., The Bellin,,gr found .sonething near, the jetty on New Year's Day, and was towed off by the Casino. Attention is called to an advertise ment: from `'the elecbtoal regist'ar;, Mr Jordan, in another column.. A supplemei t is puiblised with to day's Senitinel. A rifle match? will take: place as soon as the members pay :up their entrance fee. Mr Crespignyn manager. of the Queenscliff branch of the Bank of Vic toria, hss been appointed local represen tative of the Royal Humane. Society of Australasia. 'He will repirti on all life saving apparatus which may- be in :use near the heads, such as lifeboats, buoys, &c.; also bring unider the notice of the society acts of bravery.. 'In connection with the l...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Foxes and Geese. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Foxes and Geese. A goose, which was travelling across the couintry for the benefit of her dyspepsia was resting herself in a bit of thicket, when along caiie two foxes in search of something not too 'utter for dinner. Being tired and disap pointed it was only natural that they should feel quarrelsoome, and as they halted near the thicket, one of them observed ." If you were half, as sharp as the books make you out, you would not now be hungry enrough to gnaw at the bushes. ,".And if you were half as big as you think you are, you would pass for a lion, minus the roar,"sheered the other. 'J Idon't want .any .impudence from "no tuppeny hapenny animal of your build 1". warmed the first,. ; . .: .. - "Don't i;give nme any chin-music, or I'll iake a Wreck of :youi " yelled No. 2. " 'You're a thief 1" * You're a' At this point the goose could stand it no longer. Walking out froin the thicket she put on a benevolent look and observed- "': IGentlemen, let me settle this dispute. In the first...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why They Got Married. (Cutting from the diaries of several Benedicts.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Why They Got Married. (Cutting from the diaries of several Bene dicts) " Idle-Wanted something to do.! i " Busy-Wanted someone to help me." SRich-Wanted someone to"assist in spend ing my money." "Poor-Wanted; someone to "earn me an honest living. So many occipations open to women : now. , She might, be ,salaried Lady Land, Leaguer, or a juveiiile-actress Iwith settlements. ' *;'' "Of good family-Wated to keei up the old name." '?Of no family-Wanted to found a new name;' : - - " Too much out . c dmeone to keep me indoors.." - " Too ?,uch indoors-2Wanted=ao?ione to giive-ine out." . " Hospitable-Wanted somebo: tb help me entertain my friend~. : " . , Retired-Wanted someone to frighten my friend away." "A Gourmet-Wanted someone to super vise my cook." "An'A ete-Wanted someone to spoil my, dinn~~s,d so remove temptation to. in dulefence. \ . Drunk la night and headache this morn. ng- ntl omeone to fetch bran'.soda and :?- ber t night and copldn't sleep Wanted someone to fetch Scotch whi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Careful Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

m. TfCafdiWi _an He has been knowiito wear the same scarf of ý the "sailor" pattern for several years, on the principle of. "waste 'knot,'.: want ' knot.'" He begin saving up pennies during April, and goes on till the fistl Moilday in May, because he deems it necessary to put iu something for RA.-any, day.. - He once took ashop, and-at-.his own ex pense built a warehouse in its' rear, on pur pose to feel that he had added something to his "store.". SHe would rather obtain an introductionto Mr. Isaac Roff than one to the Premier him self, because the former is so remarkable for his "hoarding" abilities. ' He can whistle only one tune, and ;that tune is, of -course, "I know a (savings) bank." He would far sooner strike a beggar than relieve him; being. of opiniof that' a; maii is only required to,'"give his (s)mite?'.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Christmas Conversations. AT TABLE. ( Ye Appreciative Guest and Ye Delighted Hostesse. )' [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Christmas :Conversations. AT TABLE.': (Ye Appreciative Guest azd Ye Delighted . Hostesse.) "And pray who. is the gentlemanwith the melancholyfmoutlh add the lon fgair hair ? A poet?" ' .. .... "Oh, no I That is Guffer, the celebrated humourist. He's delightfully :comiic. .;He will begin to sparkle presently, and then you will see.' - "He.has commenced already. He says the turkey is a'jolly: tough old bird. Ha I ha l ha! How.richl!" " Yes ;.ut see I 'he has upset some stufling? and a quantity of gravy into Miss M'Prism's lap.? He I he! I told you he would keep us all alive." ," The table is in a roar. His upsetting the salt, and then throwing; a; pinch over' his shoulder into the footman's eye ' for luck,'. was avery quaint touch. I oHb' ho ! ho I" ., " Why, we'are both red in the face with laughing. Look what he's about now ! " The wag l He is pretending to -get` drunk I What admirable grotesquerie there is in the manner in which he mixes his wines I!': "Isn't he good? He has actual...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Song: Air-"' I cannot sing .the old songs. I cannot drink the lotion I drank long years ago: F6r my poor stomach fails me now,; In` vain the bowl doth flow : Yet still I at the Christmas: board D6 sit and sadly think - Of all the merry timesI've hldd:. O In years when I could drink. "Ah .i in those days I sturdy3was, SAs firm as any oak. Then I could do in'bottles?two And strong'cheroots could smnoke. S. But now my haridsilike aspei?d~aves A quiiver have I think, ' S..Quit" differenit"to theidafswhen I Couild show them how to drink. Yet there are times when doctor's iaws I scorn, and with a chum Some old Scotch whisky gaze upon, Or sip my strong hot rum. But, ah I how dearly.do I pay Next morn when on the brink' Of that weird land where crocodiles: Scoot round in hides of pink I My face shows signs of drinking late, And ruby is Ty nosei," '~-~rrac - my gait Through gout in both big toes. I often, too, stage whispers hear As with a nudge and wink, The boys at Christmas smile, and say...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Lay of Vengeance. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

. A Lay of v engeance. A certain clerk whose name wasJinks-:. . Roomed " with a comrade known as Binks, And on a Christmastide, thought he, "I'1 have a vegetable spree.",. .: i Straightway his chum's neat couich receives A dressing with some holly leaves.. Binks jumped into his bed and met A scratching that he won't forget. Then Binks, the scarified and sore, A dreadful vengeance brooded o'er. A whipcord stout he deftly tied . Upon the stairs from side to side.t: Jinks, all unconscious, tripped and fell, And\trundled down the steps pell mell, "You've had,"' yelled=Binks, ' I should infer, A Roll~and for your Holly-ver 1"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Had Him There. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Had Hin There. He .was reckoned as a champion chaffist, but he once met his match. He was standing in the hotel parlor after a very miserable day; and was monopolising the entire heat of 'a' well-fitted grate when there came in unto him a cabinan, who vainly endeavored to get. even a glimpse of the fire-place. Said the chaffist, enjoying the other's dis comfiture-" Well, cabby, and where do you come from?" "Hades !" answered the ;man out in the' cold. "Ah I indeed, Hades," observed the C. C., smiling pleasantly. " And how are they all in Hades?" "Just the same as up here," grunted the man of horses; "the blooming swells block ing up the fire and the poor sanguinary cab bies shivering out in the cold." In. a few seconds the cabby was toasting. the nethermost portions of his person, vice the C. C. retired,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Skeleton in Armour. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

A Skeleton in Armour. A passenger on a recently arrived steamer from Australia says that on the second day out from Melbourne the passengers were amazed to behold a litle swarthy-faced, blackdeyed man emerge from his !state-room in,,full jokkey costdme boots; whip, 'spnrs, silk jacket, and all. :In this attire he solemnly paced up and d'own' the deck for an; hou', annd then disappeared,' The .next: morning. the gamne party ap peared attired jin the half armour of a knight of the Middle Ages, and the' sane eafternoon eminerged in a cardinal's dress and continued his dignified promenadewithout speaking a word to anyone. The fact that all .these costumes were a world too large for ,the wearer minade: his masquerading the more grotesque, and' the -passengers:-watched each, transformation with increased merriment: until it was sud dehly whispered around that the fellow was a madman who imagined himself going to a perpetual series of masked balls, and thatany opposition to his delusion wo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poker as a Family Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

Poker as a Family Gamei: It is not often men reform after they get married. They do sometimes. ,Once in awhile I meet a man who goeshome early and devotes, himself to his wife for a week or so, but a woman gener 4y goes into matrimony as she goes to th circus. .She is not particular to get a csh ' for a reserved seat in the tent, and finds .her ticket only admits her to the 'ena rie. But I know a man ,who rerlly entered' iito a scheme-of practical.reform.: He had as a single man been ,find of poker. indeed, as a measure of. economy, being ,tired' of supportiýg -jeveral institutions ii town on. a limid income, he made a big bluff at` matrimony. He/thought he could ;master the gambling propensity by teachinghis young and blush ing bride. the.fascinating game, and she en. tered nto itwlith° all, her heart and soul. The estkes were beans, cpffee beans-plain, innoc? t and healthful articles of after-din ner rel reshment. But, !alas I the gambling spirit/ grew upon her, and one fatal game...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Dog and the Negro. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

The fDog and the Negro. Some time since an English schiloneri was lying at London Bridge, the captain of which was the owner of a ferocious bulldog, whose mouth "-watered," at the sight of the tender-skinined people just beyond his reach.. Things were scattered about the deck of the vessel in a loose manner, and the major whod was going abroad. told the skipper that he should be careful or he should have some of the articles stolen.: The latter laughed at the idea, and pointing to the dog, said he would like to see any thief come aboard his vessel, adding that any one who could take that half barrel of pork-pointing to one on the deck near the dog-was welcome to it. He was very emphatic'as to the result of the: visit, and apparently had in his mind's eye the chewed up form of the would-be-thief. The major had noticed in the crowd a negro who had the reputation of being la very adroit thief, but who had never been caught. Calling Sam to him he told him that the captain of the schoone...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Seasonable Fun. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 3 January 1885

S - ,easonable Fun,,.,,,..,,: .ilhe' man with ani eyeO; O Sieuse is an . . .. .. ? ,",? , "file isi''lliP Y j oculist,. ;' l ý.t' 9 1'1Ii' Ar greenbacker- Tl , fellw, ,who bets on theavrdng.horse. rii "1 -Never hdgelby appearancees 1bli, in case of a.heavy:d fa' ato?g~?' e io g??o-a li'e y 1 e,"t. judge by disappearances. .:?, . fl The,hum~ofatheytea-kettle i p i ' is far more beautiful than. aioperati air Biý a piano. that is not.. , . :Inquirer :"The quickest motion known tor" science is that of a man who has put his hand on a bull ant's nest. A. Ballarat man recently disloat? ? is. jaw :by yawning.. His wife w"s pi'dbably telling him what she had bought that day while shopping '. .. -Dunedin;, girls are workin their names' on their gentlemen friends' suspenidiers This' is a. gentle hint for; the young menit' re turn the compliment and supporter.. A Nortbern widolv",for the thiid tliUe, whose:previous husbands owned large sugar estates, is: what might be termudia suepsfiull plantq...

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