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SEA-SIDE RAMBLES. "I want to know you know." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 December 1882

PA SID E RAMBLES. .. ?'I iWant t iitb ý o xo k· i'. " Quieenselft seetisoto be plh?guul aed bout se va 1galjaisn a .il min 'servant just v; .ael:tile obusy: season-i.gis on, notiCistO :.t quit,. ea. next day, ,or soine daIy,o notice u andl so on .put tilig oimdlords amid otaerd to great i?convenience ill coulsequenice oft t?their sude deltpirtute, 'it uaty. 'e. remaiked .that wages oun the :'Cliff have never betii so imigh siince the place has conie into notoriety as:a fashiionable watering place. In fact, i hig her rnte of, wages is paid nl tmis place tilau in auy otlher bo iruh in the, coloy. . urely tueir some law to give pro teetioi to emlplo3ers: so tatthat theymay not lift tin e cort the ahelast n?itnute, by their SIt is not tiue. that . elate to have the town hlall built. tisi yeai ! I;t is not ;true that the .tiueensecliff crincketers :intend pla ing . the lionl ivo BlIbhs teamin. II ey nitenu to play the SOld Buffeis next tune. .oit tsreported But theni you know whiat repoi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 30 December 1882

S- * .edkal. ' UflDIR theoTi ligisii~dT , atron1ge of.his Ma Sjety thd King r: 'taly,.a? i?nica'i~cClrdJii' to ciin-I munication r,*,:i'S:;d:fro ili he ('onistl-G.. neral foi Italy, at Nelcixi. ec, upon .inslnictionsm from tlo Minister for- Foreign Affairs, :dated 14th Mairct 1878. . .. ' Dr. Cruiklsiank. hcalth officer fr the city ol Sandhurst, certifies to "he, extract being, the moU' reliable remedy for etiemnal -inflaimation, tron chitiis, diptheria, affcctii ns of the lungs. chest, at pin' Ofirhlcumatic natnre, neuralgia,.&c. all swell g tgs, bniises,sprains, wouuds, disorder of thU bowcla diarrh , & . . - . ' ' " The daughter of .Mr .unghenu, suffering from .disease of the bone, as pronouunced by Drs. Atkin sunaiiudtBoydiwas cured justisispleedily.: Curns of wlooping cough, very Stevrce colds, croup, bron-i chitis, diptheri, earache, paiis in the head (neu-| ralgia), jnflammatidni'ofifthe :liws, and that of a| :sEverely injured foot; othert of bad legs, wound o...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

GORGE 3UENR Sd Retail Boolk in o ii3o a! , ~. o l tat.ionery. i "a ."' ` : l .su :; ,:".'.' - - ~ i : 1 t " t -n. C .2 a d s,'a L arg T. WooD WARD 'OA C H BU LD R j i. obrborol1-st:ieetf, Geol?ng, N.t YViotoriai Hotdl. .. B i nd =I tosn Sale;' '>:9r",hich' Giold' Medals \'ere -war e fore t it erio0i' Workmanshli Learge Assortment of New ald SecondHand, ariiages and 1uggies on, Sale atReduced i Prices. All kinds ot R Repais, Paitihg' , i ,,' . ;l:. '.. . . . , .. I - : ably enlargedý'urifig` l lii' yew months and - , ;i GOSL1NG,. now offers Abeommodationi of a superior dea-. wa.., milts, Visitor, and xcursion~ists.: .. .,', biing Nall with a :iberal " . ,"? ',',.f.. . . " " Sit~'.." ,.. "TA A REA80NABLII TMI.?1, i upearlo4r' Billiard. Roomi & iTa:ble The Situation o. this 5 1ot-lcom mends', itself to': all rVISITOR8 . .hetheriby LAND or WATER. T .. . is the Neaest .Hotel1 6to" tle 9ailway Station, Pier, j'ia P ?blio Gaxrdens, and :Baths IUGENT and GOSLiNG, hilt~ . hank ng ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. QUEENSCLIFF, SATURDAY MARCH, 17TH, 1883 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

QUEENSOIIF F, SATU RlDA Mil.0CH, i7 T, 188 ; "The Easter encampnient.iof volunteers at Qiueimcliff piomiises to be igreat success. All the prehnunary ' i. ragie:iits "are fait appoacl ing. oinpletion unider the uperintend elice of M?ate Suee and RIlll.: The pow lcr and: elitra cannoni have arrived; and the sid;Ig has been coiplttedtl ich, is: distant ibbout two?iiile ao the iaiav line fromB lhel?cal statio.nL; About- 3-50 .-artillery?iiie wiill ciamn p behi. nd the 'ardens' adjacentto 'the batteries, lilst IAst Melbourne St. iiIla, and 'othei corps'will caip on :tle spot chosen, about two a:d a?ialf miles froni the township. d~ V ea,, that a niglitý attack is to be made on the -bat teries heaiy aniid light gun drill, &c. We heat that Mi Adnians is 'the, caterer for the ioluniteers to be stationed on: the Cliff, a'd :Mi ?unsilefor the outside camp Sir Serv;ice had a splendid reception onl Thursday evening, at l Castleaiiiiie. i TIhuiasday n:xt the: fi:s detachment et vohlinte...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

W. W,. CAUGIT,: Pharmaceutical -lheinist, 204 BRIDGE, ROAD, RICHMOND (Opposite Town Hall,) B EGS to intimate tothe Residents of Queens . cliff and surrounding districts that Iha has opened a busipess at the ahnvee address, and ]haing selected a NEW aniid complete STOCK;Of Drugs, Chemicals,. Patent Medicines,, Toilet lequisites, &c., e ivill be ,a.le to ii;eet all requirements. Orders will be carefully and promptly exe cuted. - SWM. W. CAUGHT; Pl hari maeutic al Chemist, 204 Bridg? Roid, It i nond. I M R. I. JORIDAN,. house; land, Insurance, anid Genierl1 Conmmission Agent.: :.: Several Buildiing Alltiiients now for.sale. .un ?u from ..£1 .to- d10UL)U . to 'Lend o ood security. : .,... .EURITY,:... 1'1 -P; rl 7 . i 1iaabe· iOU NV E IEy T, .. ouse FTui Wished complete for -' ...I.. ....Sewing ",ant ii nch s'1 . FRiOM 2S'6D'WEKLY, . d . 'NATHAN.. : t 149-51 :BOURKE ST (O sito Eaterii A4caI . Melbourni es street, 2 doors fr mi the Grand otel, foi a:.Hairdrssing aloon, to. e carr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

ORIGINALL CORRESPONDENCE.':: TO THE EDITOR OF THE SENTINEL. SiR;-Hoi?v~isit tliat ?when the coun il de cide that certain works shall b' done that it' takethe si vyor two'6i' trhiee'months to pr'e p aesies p la i .spicificoationsfor them. What` is he paid his large :salary for? Is is to have aohdayotiip Ito- the 1ciff once a week, or if iiot why does not our council Fmake hin do his 'oik wvitliin a given tuine, or'dispeinse with his 'auluabe (?) services. r'' . . Yours &c ,. A 'RATEPAYER.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

S"..' , ,THE EDITOR:m. .. _ SIR ,-On enuiy of somife of 'iiu.oiiuncil lors I find thatt? is not intended to do any, asphailting in. iondsstieet, although a-sum o -money was put down in the estiinimted e penditure out of the £300. loin- I mai imnitioti that the trafic .aloig the footpath of this street; :. tieen 'Hesse:. aid Gellibiirand streets? espeeially on, pie-nic days,is moirethan any other. street in tlhe boroun h. I hope so~me couni'illorwvill_: enquire into this mnatt?idr?n: se t.iat justice is done. lours, &c. FUIR PLAY

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SEA-SIDE RAMBLES. "I want to know you know." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

SEA-SIDE. RAMB LES :- I want to kniw you know.. .Tere was a nice social .party hýll oii We niesla y eveiiing last: "Eerything went oil a% "merry as a miarriage ` bell:" Pi,,: y informisi ime that lie did iot e.lt:ia in'iti ?lit nevertlic less he hiad? look< in: at t't, rdoor :iuid ita: chariled "with the' gay sce ne: priisentId Lbeore: hii.i Siwhli beauty ' such iilai??n : ?ch tmusic ! It .was delicious !' Fist i'i: eainuti, iell the fascinatiilig" L:L: tI iialshiig \1l.; the. gentleAlice, the p? .eti. M: thi's tately ;. the. da?rk-eyed i.: It and otheis not known; thie on the otler hanild tliee was the tall groceri::' sistant 1who r `ierlly:i iiua naes to obtain ai partier aoiloutthri.e feet ?hiih, %hei oung,, man whoss '"gootdhinon h ;for any-thing, thnlice ounig fellow who .i iiin :atthintiveito telhidies, a? ie o reinairkel i t aF-a dear cieatur .and :doesn t J diliance mcehl; ay?b anotler, not equal. to iour Joiirnv reilie?' a third, and so the conversatioin went oi....

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DESCRIPTION OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

IDESCRIPTIo OF LANI, WO r?ods,o c(unty of Gran iprishi'of Pavwit, municipal distrid~ of Quheuisciiff, being allotments 1. and 2 o6f sectioi? 3: Comninciin; at the soutlwest anigle of allotiiment I, beinog the point of ?,uitr seteiion of the i"orthern side of Stokes street and tlhe eastern side of Hesse street; boundedl thence by the last-named: street, bearing N. 15o i?j two chains;; thence: by allotment 3. bearint S; 7 Eo two chainsi : and fifty links;. and th,?ite by stokes street aforesaid, bearing N 77 W .two chains fity links to the point of. comniencement. N ?iES OF, TRUtSTEES.-EdW'ar.d Hawse Henirydl.ichardson, Peter .Angel, Johin Henry ,Trathany, aind John Butler..: PoWERS OF DisPOSiTION.-:Power to. Se, lease, mortgage, exchange,:: transfer, or deal with the whole or any part or parts of theland *,vlhen iandrl as the trustee ,.or the major part of them shall, with the: approval of the Annual. Coinference regulating the affairs of the Wes leyan Methodist' Church1 in Victoria,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

iun:ieib i" ric. d:'i;.'" froim the (hnicil-t.Jni'ral ,im : .a; . I?.' *ielbi.n e I.lIponr instl.etons f o the. .:i ir. ft ,.or , fo roeig ..Affai.s, da?d ,Maict :.Dr: C l.· nikshaXnk,: hliIeat? aeoffigc for the. city. o "an dihrst, cja e ,tfies to thel:el. tnict, cbing the mo rieliable1retl ed i fp-r: e-irm. it dil tiuumt-ioni, ' ril oi ':hilis, dipt:eria, a.ff ctions. of the linis, chest; a. :. iil of rJijur atier naturei c eurtcalgi, &c.. all swell l.:' , bruinits?l;n;?fifs W;6iiu disideri of the bowels (The kdauhteir of ?hr Junl~um siffering friomi di?ean. of the'ne, s tl proii ounced c by Drs. Atki - .on a?tdiBoyd vas cured jiut his& pedill Cures of whooping cough, very. severe colds, croup, broii :hitis, diptheria, eracie, iains if te he head (nlit ia?gia), oifl'tii'uatio?.i if the" rey'es, anud that of a ,-asverely iinjured foit i othert of bad le-s, wiouind ot: the ii? with enornioU swelling, of severe briises and a sprained a snkle (T. Biowin), in Whic c-ite...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 17 March 1883

ALCII --lER & (A, -AI~SOl'AIn ^l;TI OnER^ SM^f EAT B~~ 'Ell A4 ^^§ii ^E% ^ ^ :^^ 1-^ ^ "l: *; ** ':r*i';- *~*; .ll 2/ T ;^ :i- .*I TEED i1?OR SP'R1tOWS : .by fied sparror.is ? They' eat-;l t hewic,a .byeandl he eats? the;wheat 'grubtoo ptherwice if he did not e shlould aave no wheat at all , therefore f he saves the crop he has:ajust right to;ap ortion ofrtiti Butvoiia`he fats= it too at planti?ig tjime, yes if. it is: o, top of the ground 'l ei;oiuld i'ave a just :right to a share or w t le is goiting to.pr otectfibut they .,waste so much atiharvest tiunme feed them :and -there hill ?eio `waste . i hat' shall I feedt them:on .? 1? Ieli? kesi tlihe:'hat :hest, I say lhe ihikestl?e . sun nower0 seed 'tterl tlian anythlifig. els..e. ?f." iou iiaViV t's[t sof , ,hat soa one. g Ii p weal??ls i ated rforq railway reseres and on eninbal nents t takles a goodh ; . ...iomftl as?i s the ur face ani. encourage the foratio oa swardi. Our Tariff coim nI ion?-recoii-mend wattle.~,i thlit...

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Good Thoughts. THE STRANGER. AN EASTERN LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

THE STRANGE 1R. . AN EASTERN LEGEND. An aged inan came late to Abraham's tent.. The sky Was dark, and all the plain was bare. He asked for bread ; his 'strength -was well. nigh spent; ; . His haggard look implored the tenderest care. The fodd:was brouight. 'He sat with thank. ful eyes; .But spake no grace, nor bowed he towards the east. ", ,Safe.sheltered here from dark and angry skies, The bounteouis table seem~d' i'royal. feast.? But ere his hand-had touched the tempting. Sfare, The Patriarch rose, and leaning on:his rod, " Stranger," he said,: "'dost thou iiot hbow in. prayer? .Dust thou not fear, dost thou not worship God ?" He answered, ' Nay." . The Patriarch sadly said i "Thouii hast' my pity. GoG! .eat not my Sbrad," _ . .. Another came that wild and fearful night., The fierce winds raged:eand darker grew tlhe sky ; But' all the tent was filled with :wondrous S light,;_ AndAbraham knew the Lord lfis God was. nigh, " Where is that aged' man?" the Presence said, "That asked fo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SCRAPS FOR THE CURIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

: SCRAPS FOR THE ,CURIOUS.,: 'At'a sale in Worcestershire, A short time: since; some old' tankarids and spoons of th~ period of James III anid Anne were bought in at the almost- incredible 'rate: of 38s. per ounce. Inn early itimes 'the ,,method of executinig criminals 'in Hollanid was. to donfine them s6olely to ithe .use, of bread in w.hich no ?salt was;:c.cntaiied, and" which ultimately oc= .casioned death by engendering a fatal form' of disease. ' Thellate Mr. Richard RIussell had a rente's share at Druary-lane Theatre, Where he used Lto;gO almost every eveling~pad, p twith. andii?ghis `immese fortdne, his penury was so'great that rather than give a trifle to any of the women who attended in the box lobby to take care of the :greatcoats, he used constantly to pledge his for a shilling at a pa;wnbroker's near the theatre, and redeem it when the performance. was over, which cost him ore half-penny .interest. I SJudge Jeffreys found a pleasure in boast. ing that he bad' hanged more...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TRUTH AND FICTION. (IN UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.) THE BAD BOY THE DEACON WILL NOT ACCEPT HENNERY'S RESIGNATION, SO HE PLAYS A JOKE AND GETS, THE "AGER." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

,. TRUTII._ ANDFICTION. (IN UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.) THE' BAD: BOY. THIE DEACON WILL NOT ACCEPT HENNERlY'S ' _RESIGNATION, SO HE PLAYS A "JOK "ANI GETS, THE . AGE.'". '. S' Well, 'I swow, here 'comes a walking hospital," said the grocery'finan as the' bad boy's shadow came in the store, followed by the boy who looked sick ::and;yelloiv, and tired, and he had lost ithalhis flesh. "What's the matter with you?' Haven't got the yel lbw-fe\ver, have you?'' and;the grocery man placed 'a chair wheresthe finvalid could' fall into it. : " : "No. Got the ager," said-the boy, as-he wiped :the' perspiration off his upperlip [ "and'lookid around ýthe store to see if there I was ianythiig in sight that :;oiuld take :the taste of quinine out of his mnouth. "Had .too much:dreamy life of ease on the farin -anrLheen" shaking ever. since. -Darn-th farm anyway . . . " .What, yon havenit been to work for the deacon any more, have-you ? ; I thought you sent in. your: resignation," and: the grocery man offer...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A COMBINED EFFORT TO DESTROY MOTH PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

A COMBINED. EFFORT TO DESTROY •MOTH PESTS.. -I-- fiad- decided iitiTrestTianifested by fruit-growers to 'combine next year- in de. stroying tho moth. Last year there w?as a stubborn indifference. I am in hopes all will now take hold ivith a will iind ise the lbest .remedies knowi to exterminate the pest, and ,work together, not each man to be stubborn and try-his o hler own special:remedyv.-- I would .advise everyone to attendthe State: Horticultural: Convention that meets in San .Francisco on the 20tli, 21stand 22nd of No. vember. There they can get the experience and: hear the coinments on the propriety of using any and all remedies known and the results of such treatment. Bydoingso they can. save both time and. money. Now I advise thp frgit:growers, one and all, to go down on the. 20thlforif we initnd to suc ceed ie.mn-t he tp and doing; we-have too gre; t an interest at stalke. , for QiO, am •wall-s;titsfiedl ,with my first year's experience. with 'th'e imoth, I heard about the ...

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AN ANECDOTE OF DUMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

AN. ANECD3TE "OF DUAIKAS., The following;story from the lifedof -M. Dumas'the elder, says the Parisi~4i papers; has never been publi4hed before. One day the grpat iqoyelis.had to pay a draft of 5000 frs, if I1e could not pay it, the doors of the prisoni at Qlichy were open for, him. Walk. ing along the Boulevard$ and meditating on his posicion, lhe caie across one of hiz fellow. workers, gs yet unknow~i;. ho: had only a few days before been admitted into theSo ciety of Dramatic Authors. His clothes were shabhy, his hat of a Ivanced age, he himself wa's :liing and' thin, : ith- flatafeet, and.a walking stick in his hand. 'I am saved;" ,thqught U.uman;s asd to thg maq ilie said, .fDo you want money ?" Of conrse." "' Come along Ithen, aiid do as I bid you." They took a cab and drove to Scribe's, where Diiias instructed his companion to walk up and down the.pavement while he went into the house. On arriving, Dumas dashed into Scribe's room, exclaiming, "They have caught .e; I must go to...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Household. RECIP[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

PTO.: PANCAKES" - Potatoe" pancakes make a most excellent dish .for supper. Serve with the same embellishments in.the way'of pickles, sauces is you' would do' were the, dish' you were .offering fried oysters.. Grate a:dozenlmedium-sized -'potatoes, after pealing them and washing thoroughly. Add the yolks .of three eggs, a heaping table spoonful of flour,' and it they seem to'o dry, a little .milk will dd:to" thin, theni; with a large teaspoonful of salt, and lastly the whites. of the =three eggs; beaten stiff, and thoroughly beaten in..with 'the. potatoes. Heat your.griddle and put, butter. and lard in equal proportions on it, :and.fry the cakes. in it until they are browh.. Make them a: third larger -than the ordinary size of the pancake.- :' . PATTY-CAKES.-Delicious little patty.pan cakes are, made thus: One cup each'of a'weet (and of soar milk, one cup 'of luiii br loif sugar 'pounded fine, one ;tablespoonful of melted butter, the yolks of.four eggs, and the juice and grated rind...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

THE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. Colonel Disney, accompanied by Lieut.-Colonels Walker anid Fellowes, and Major Snee, visited the Orderly Roomh on Thursday evening, and inspected the detachmeit under Major Jordan. .The arms and 'accoutrenients,, &,., were examined, and the men put* through the manual exercise'by Captain Trathan. A gun detachmeut was then exercised at the 40 pound Armstrongs, under Senior-Sergeant" Stephen, after which the men were marched into the Orderly Room and dismissed. About 20 officers and men weie :resent, several men being absent just' iowin'contests. &c., in other localities.. No intimation was given of the final disbandment. of the existing force and the' establishment of the militia, but it cannot now be long delayed. The Commandant and Staff went on Friday to Nepean to inspect the 'works at that point, and Captain Ind inspected the detachment of Victorian Artil eiy under Lientenant Otter.

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Agricultural, &c. THE CAULIFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

THE CAULIFLOWER. 'No vegetable will give more' profit to the market gardener than theicauliflower, if. he give to it :plonty~i'of water, fertiliser: and work. There are French; Gerhain' nd ]talian varieties. The last:has with mep~roved-the' surest to.head, and weighs sometimes six: teen pounds. .The..grouud. for- this plant must le ?ery rich. They.thrive bestin richl sandy soil.'. The late Italian varieties should be planted, froifr April till July ; the, early ones from Juno till' he end'of 'August The French and German can be sown from August to October, for spring crop,; butif, .the heat: sets in' soon and ,is too dry they .will be a failure. 'The most successful gardeners, in raising cauliflower plants', sow the seeds thinly in seed beds, and water the plants three times a day, never allowing the' bed to get dry from -the sowing till the plants get big enough to transplant.' There is no danger :in doing .this of.seal !ing the plants, as many .would supp se, ,but just.the reverse...

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DIDN'T WANT TO BE SEEN TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 21 January 1884

DIDN' WANT TO BE SEEBR TOEGfTHER, A prominent Austin lawyer, a'goiug to hii pladic of businus, overtook i: neighbor who is a celebrated doctor.":.Atior wolking some disa tance together, lthe Ilawyev siiid:: : ' don't thif we two. ouglitto. be si to gether -. : ,: " Whynot?"?: ; S" Well, you see; we being oiie~ir .vill' r-? mind the, people of that:-rbbez who was :a-: rested." " Why, ho'v sa?" " Whe.n the'people see a lawyer and a doctor. together it looks like a dmniand-?Your nmonhe - our li' ' " ?'fourh?,~ ~ • · . ? ...

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