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Marston Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 28 March 1914
1Marston .Dramatia Companiyy. We are requested by the manage-. ?nent of the above company to inform our readers that a per formance of Robertson's comedy 'David Garrick? will be given in the Town IHall on Easter Saturday, followed byr a farce entitled 'My Turn Next." It will be remem bered, perhaps, that this company presented 'David Garrick" in Queenscliff eight years ago, on which occasion the piece took re markably well. The company has been altered in some respects since 1906, but three of the parts taken then will still be in the same hands, Garrick being represented by Mr Shennen, Ingot by Mr Mayne, and Brown by Mr George. The part of Ada Ingot will be in the hands-of Miss Oriel Bloomfield, who made herself so popular last year in the company's production of 'Saved,' when she appeared in the comedy part of Mrs Merewether. An announcement will appear next Saturday in our business columns..
THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
THE FARM. ------f--+ TOMATO GROWING EXTRA ORDINARY. The "Internation Horticultural Grade Journal" of October 30th, 1912, publishes the following very in teresting article upon tomato grow ing by Mr. W. P. Vanding, of Guern sey :-"In the last week of March; 1912, I planted one house, 120 by 20 feet. For thirteen years my ground has not seen either a fork or-spade. I never dig my ground in any of my green houses. The last 13 years .1 have invited once a year all Guern sey growers and others. This year my house bearing this crop was opened to the public the whole of the first week in July. I always make it a point to show the tomatoes on the plants previous to offering the seeds for sale. This year I have beat all previous records as to a heavy crop. I announced this crop ias being grown without any manure whatever. This wa4aa mystery to all growers. I never dig manure in the ground, since I" never dig it, but every crop I give two heavy liquidings with well-decay ed horse manure and w...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 12. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
ALL RIGHTS RESE?VRED. A BAFFLED IMI POSTOR, -------- OR,------- THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. -+--------- By S. W.. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plates," etc., etc. 'J PART 12. OHAPTER XVII.-(Continued.) One day Helen received a letter that made her heart leap. "We are coming to England," wrote Abingdon. "Burton is doing splen didly, physically, but;he has grown restless again. He is still looking for that girl. This is troublesome here. for all the women have black eyes and black hair-that is, most of the ,pretty ones. Once in a while we sere a very light blonde, but these are apparently no better to Burton than the brunettes. I would like to try again the effect on him of a. girl with blue eyes and dark brown hair." There was great chattering over this. Mr. Brooke sat for a long time listening. He had heard considerable about the doctoib anr-t4ij queer pa tient of late, since the dlays got cold enough to keep him indoors more. "You two young ladies do a gr...
No Offence Taken. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
No Offence.,Takern.. Indignant Passenger (to railway manager) : '"Here, I say, I got a.cin der in my eye, from one of your beastly engines, and` it cost me ten shillings for a doctor to get it out and dress the eye. What do. you propose in. the matter-?" Railway Manager : "Nothing, my dear sir, nothing. We have no use for the cinder, and you are perfectly welcome to it. No. doubt, strictly sj;eaking, you did. go off with our property-the cinder, of course, was not yours--but we do not care to mna e: a fuss about such a small matter. Pray do not give the in: ci.?eit a moment's. thought,"- Mount: Etna is the highest volcano In Erlura o.... - -, . -
BRIDES IN QUEER PREDICAMENTS. Strange Honeymoons that led to Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
BRIDEs IsN QUEER PRE DICAM ENTS. Strange Honeymoons that led to Happiness. "Happy is the bride that the sun shines on," runs the old saying, the dee-;er meaning of which,' according to some people, is that every mis hap at a wedding is an omen of bad fortune and- future unhappiness. fevertheless there are times when the most unusual wedding incidents and the unhappiest of honeymoons, have resulted in happy marriages Take, for instance, the case recently rep,.rted from Bordeaux of a young. man who, two years ago, was, like Edmue't Daites in "The Couut of Monte Cristo," arrested when about to sign the marriage contract with a girl to whom he had been be irothed for five years. The charge ror-ght against him was one oft forgery. The evidence was very strong, but the girl believed in her to er and insisted on the marriage. The authorities gave the necessary permission, and the couple were mar ried before the trial came off. AT THE ELEVENT-I HOUR. Never was there a stranger honey moon, t...
Queenscliff Telephone Exchange. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
Queenscliff Tele phone Exchange. LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS. ' Athelstane' -. - 40 Beechworth House 4 28 Bright & Hitchcocks 20 Cahill,. Rev. T. F,, -. 21 Caithness, A.. 1. & Sons - 31 Caskie and Gane - 26 Clerk of Govt. Works -. 34' Cobb & Co.. - - 8 Easterbrook, E. . - 12 Deakin,. Hon. A.. - 5 Esplanade Hotel. - 9 Ford R.. -.. - 16, SGlenalvie' . - 38,, Golightly, juu.,, W. 24 Grand Hotel - 7 Guy, E.. R,, 41 Guy, Rd. 35. Barman, Geo. - 25 Henley Bros. - 10 Jenner, 1'. 15 Lloyd, C. J. -.1 11! Naval Depot, Swan-Island. 37 Officer Commanding R.A.G.A 2 'Olinda ' 3 Otway, WV. D:. - - 42 Ozone Hotel - - 1l Priddle,_G..F. & Sons. 29 Priddle, L. J. - .18 Queeuscliff Bowling Club- 30 Queensoliff Hotel 6 Quieenseliff Railway Station: 83: Queenscliff Signal Station - 4 Rev. S. MacBain. -. 39 Sayle, C. J. - 17 Sentinel Office 13 Swan Island Fort . 22 Thomson, Robt. - 3 Thwaites, W. J.. , - 14 Tobias, R. - 27' Town Clerk -. 23 Werry Bros. - 19 Werry., B. & Co. ...
Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
Recipes; C6old cream Is often useful for rough, ness of the skin. A very good recipe for mriaking it is the following :--Take a-quatt ter of an ounce of white wax and shred it into a basin, with one ounce of almond oil. Place the basin by the fire until the wax is dissolved; then add very slowly one ounce of rosewater, little by little, akid meanwhile beat smartly with a fork, to make the water incorporate, and cort" tinue. beating till it is accomplisbed ; then pour into jars ready for use. Veal Breth is very nourishing, and is generally most acceptable to invalids. Take two pounds of knuckle of veal, cut the meat up small, and break the bone in pieces; Place' it in a stewp'an with half, an onion, half a head of celery. three long pepper and a tiny piece of lemon peel. Pour over all three pints of cold water. Set the stewpan on the fire and let it simmer, skimmin'' it carefully all the time. After cooking five or six hours strain into a pan. and leave it till cold. Remove the fat,'...
A NEW ERA IN THE FAR EAST. The Fight for Commercial Supremacy. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
SNEW ERA IN THE FAR EAST. The Fight for Commercial Supremacy., Mr. T. F. Millard's study of the Far East, c?ntaied in his book, "America and the Far Eastern Ques tion," recently published ir. New York is dominated by two, opposite notes, pessimism and a story of progress. He regards the situation that has arisen since the close of t?.o Russian war with alarm ; the Japanese conmm ercial policy. in Mannchuria is creating a situation. which may re sult in war between Japan and America,; he has nothing but criti cism for the existing statq of affairs. in Korea; he is convinced: that Ja pan aims at the domination. of China. And; yet, despite all this, hp has to tell of world advance. A new Asia has arisen, an Asia growing daily more and more conscious of her owqn strength,. MUKDEIN. Take, for example, has. description of Mukden. Ten years ago few white men knew the ancient capital: of the Manchu kings. In. 1900 white refugees were tortured to death in its central square amid indescribabl...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
HOUSEHOLDL HINTS. Honey in the comb eaten freely, is a nspital prevention of constipation. Scotch broth is greatly improved by the %ddition of a dessertspoonful of sugar. For patent leather or' glace kid boots, urnliture cream makes an excellent polish. Gloves should not be removed during a tall. Remove stains from light materials bya :ubbing with a piece of clean white ndiarubber. Flour thrown. upon burning paraffin will instantly extinguish it,- while water )nly spreads the flames. Maidenhair fern can be kept green for a conside.rable time by-singeing the ends Af the stalks. Alwayz shrink braid by wetting it thoroughly before putting on the gown, Dither for binding foot or trimming. A very good thing for a tired headache is to dip bandages in hot water, and bind firmly round the brow. Two to three folds of common- white muslin made wet, and ironed to dry, makes a nice stiff lining for print neck-. bands. Aftcr washing the hair, and before combing it; rub in a little vaseline; it m...
THE HUNGARIAN GENTLEMAN FARMER. Most Contented Individual in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
THE HUNGARIAN GENTLEMAI FARMER. Most Contented Individual in the World. Writing on "The Hungarian Gen tleman Farmer," in the "' Windsor,'! Baroness Orczy says : "He is the most contented indivi dual in the world, in spite of the fact, or because he knows absolutely nothing of what is going on around him. He does just read his news paper which arrives daily from Bu da-Pesth, and has vague ideas that all Atistrians are thieves and scpun drels, and that therefore a union with Austria is necessarily fatal to Hungary ; but, as a matter of fact, the political situation of his country does not interest him in the least; it does not affect the richness of his wheat oa the wpight of his maize heads. 'A keen sportsman, he is unham pered by any game laws. In Hun gary no one is allowed to carry a gun unless he owns so much land, and the owner pf land-and therefore of game-naturally makes his own laws for its preservation. !'His chief characteristic is hospi tality, almost barbaric in its lavish...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
IDepartment of Defence,. Mlelbourne, March 16th, 1914. NT OTICE OF TARGET PACTICE.. Target Practice will be carried on from the undermentioned I:orts dur ing- APRI1L, 1914, between tlle; hours of 7 a.in. and 6 p.m.: Fort. Directio!l of Fire..: Queenseliff ... S.S.1V;and S.E. by ~ .: Nepean ... N. ..ud S. -` - b)y S.?E. South Channel W. - All Forts from which Practice iscarried. on will fly a red flag froni tlhe :iast~ihed of- flagstaff. Occupants of buildings in the .licinity should open doors and .wil?dos. Section No. 72 of the Defence. Act '103: 1912 reads '.No ships, boats, or persons shall come or remain within the prescribed distance. of any ship, battery, gun or person en gaged in artillery o.r rifle practice, or shall remain in any positiqi3, so as to obstruct such practice.' PENALTY, FIFTY POUNDS. 'For the purpose of Section 72 of the' Defence Act, a ship, boat, or person shall be deemed to ha-'e conic or remained within the prescribed distance of a bat tery, or gun, engaged...
Other Universes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
Other Universes: (By a Banker.). When . we go forth to contem plate the glories of the midnight skies we are apt to forget that that glittering array. of scintillating stars which in such lavish pro fusion so richly gem.' the canopied vault of heaven, is but a minute and mos.t infinitesimal portion of the vast stellar universe. For, in stead of the three or four thousand stars perceptible to the unaided visionl, the eagle eye of the tele scopic camera reveals nearly forty million shining orbs in the north ern hemisphere alone. Forty mil lion mighty flaming suns, many vastly more stupendous and more brilliant than our- own sun Arcturus is estimated to have a volume equal to more than half a million of our luminary, which though, to us so immense, is but a comparatively insignificaut star each sun doubtless with its at tendant planets, and each planet with one or more revolving satel lites. But sunk far down in the pro foundest depths of the fathomless abyss of illimitable. space, and...
Church News. Services on Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
OChurch News. Services on Sunday. METHODIST CHURCH Preacher-11-Rev. P. E. Mallaliu.' (Sacramient.) 7B-Mr H. Glenney, Pt: ILonsdale Hall, Rev. P. E. Mallalieu. j R.O.C CHURCH..... Masses 8 a"id 10., Evening devotions, 7.30. - ST. ANDREW'S -PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Preacher-Rev. Smith MacBa?i' B.A. .ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH OF ENG LAND Rev W. Watson Laidley, Th.L,. "Saturday, April , 191 l.
VICTORIAN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. QUEENSCLIFF TO GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
VICTORIAN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. QuEErNscLIFF 7'o GEELONG. Leaves Queenscliff. Arrives Geelong 6.20 a.m, 7,35 a.m. 3.35 p.m. 4.55 p.m:. GEELONG TO QUEENSCLIFF. Leaves Geelong. 4rrives Queenscliff. 8.45 a.m. 10.5 a.m. 5.55 p.m. 7:5 p.m. GEELONG TQ MELBOURNE. Leaves Geelong; Arrives Melbourne. 8.5 a.m. P.34 a.m. 12.5 p.m. 1.27 p.m. 12.45 p.m. 2.19 p.m. 5.45 p.tm, 7.31 p.m. 9.5 p.m. 10.43 p.m. MELBOURNE To GEELONG. Leaves Melbourne. Arrives Geelong. 6.30 a.mn. 8.12 a.m. 11 a.m. 12 49 p.m. 3.20 p.m. . p.m. 4.22 p.m. (express) ' p.m, 7 .p.m. p.m. ORELONf TO BALLABAT. Leaves Geelong. Arrives Ballarat. 8:80 a.m. 10.45 a.m. 1.9 p.m. 3.34 p.m. 5.25 p.m. . 7.33 p.m. BALLARAT QQ GEELONG. Leaves Ballar.tti . Arrives Geelong. 5.40 aum.. i,18s a:m. 10.15 a.m. 12.10 a.m. 3.5 p.m. 5 p.m. 7.25 p.m. 9.30 p.m GEELQOG TO PouT FFAIRY. Leaves Geelong. - Arrives Port Fairy. 8.85 a.m. 3.43 p.m. 6.2 p.m. 12,19 am. PORT FAIRY TO GVELONQ, Leaves Port Fairy. Arriver Geelong 5.54 a.m. 11.54 a.m. 1:30 p.n. 5.50 a.m...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
An opportunity of visiting Bal larat and having a run away after the exertions of the. season, is pro vided Queenscliff and district re sidents by. the schools railway. ex cursion arranged for April 27th. Particulars are announced in our advertising columns. The Ballarat excursion has, for a . nmber.of years become an established outing, and. is greatly favored by many. The Town Band will keep. the company merry by playing at intervals both going and returning. Business folk, especially, will. ap preciate a list of telephone sub scribers to the Queenscliff. and Pt. Lonsdale services circulated" from the Sentinel office during the past week. It is in. the shape of a hang ing card, printed in two colors and contains the names and. numbers of every subscriber, with space for ad ditions. A similar list has been distributed to the Sorrento sub scribers to the telephone. t'ihe list should be hung in a convenient place near the phone and will be found very useful. The weather of the first ...
State School Swimmers. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
S State. School _Swimmers.1 The senior scholars of the loca ;fate school were examined by Mr - eaurepaire on Wednesday and the following passed fully!--.Stanley Mannix, George Priddle, Conrad .Mannix, Noll Cox-Taylor, James 'VWarrei and Francis Priddle. The following passed in all save dummy rescue':-Mathew- Lewis, William. Wayth, Reginald Fox, Alex. Jackson, Albert Jurgens, .orraine Black, Jessie Brown, Ivy McCullagh and Annie Edwards. There was a high sea and the test was performed under difficulties. :A further examination in this subject will be held in December. Mr: Beaurepaire gave an exhibi bition of swimming, cross somer saults, and log rolling.. A few races were gone through under the control of the school committee. There was a very gratifying at tendance of parents and friends. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr Beaurepaire on the motion of .'rs Thwaites and Dewar.
FLYING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
GOan you b' hars ust fiom beae To a sunnier sphere,. Where taxation they know ntot a' word of Where they furnish free meals' Of roast' pork or stewed eels, '=And dyspepsia's never been heard of: iWhere. nobody ever gets` jilted or shot' ? Obi, can you fly thither ? Alas, you can not ! Could you soaf riglht away With our troubles to-day, You'd delight every strephon" aid Chloe' ; But the Flying Age comes;, And brings us nrb plums, And the pudding of life is still doughy. So why should I fly ? I will stay where I am, end. go for a twopenny ride on* a tram. -Coulson.
THE KITCHEN GARDEN, APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
THE KITCHEN GARDEN, APRIL. ' As the autumn rains seldom crom mence before the beginning of this rtonth, transplanting must be vigor ously proceeded with as soon as the ground is thoroughly moistened,- so _.-that whatever is planted may have the - nel-filft o tlt tev lei.imiatihniin fi the: soil. In addition to the annual plants recormmended for last month, perennial herbs of various kinds may be divided and re-planted, which should be abodt every third year: Seedlings of' Rhubarb and divided toots may be - divided and replanted as soon as they have lost their leaves, also Sea: Kale, Horse-Radish, and' Globe Aiti. chokes (?A Mushroom bed may be made up as soon as the rank heat of' the manure is gone, tien, when the heat has fallen to about 75 degrees, spawn may be insertedj and the whole covered with soil. The following may be sown or planted during the- month. Beans, Broad' Onion Beet, Silver, Parsley Cabbage Peas Carrot Radish' Cauliflower Shallots Corn Salad' 3pinach. Garlic Turni...
THE LOSS OF ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
THE LOSS OF ETIQUETTE. Once upon a time int 1:ngland no young girl would IAhve dar'ed to ac cept' as much as a packet of choco lates or a posy from a· young man. Now he may send her a confectionier'sg or a& florest'se shop, his motor-car, and his box at the opera. So' much 'ave *e taken from Ameriica: Never theless the privileges of liberty c'arry their risks. The increased: liberty of thee one sex reacts upon the other, and' helps t:o make breaclihes in= the ramparts. There' is often very little dAstinc tibn between the habits and- manners of thie two dexes.- They talk the same lingo, employ the same ideas, and' lhave the same sports add pas ti'mes. Hoiv is it prk?ticable to maizitaili' an irreproachable system of etiquette between such-?" The modern- young man takes his cue from' the- modern young womafn, and joins hler in' ignbrinig her femininity. She's a "jolly good sort," a "nice chap," and' other horrors in slang. The fct' is thtat we must" ihvest our sexual relations...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington, Sorrento Advertiser — 4 April 1914
REMEMBER. WHEN YOU GET YOU GOT HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde Street, Nth.- Perth, sends this letter : '" I:have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, both here and in Victoria. I-have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have been very low and weak. The question always arises in the mind of the nurse what is the best medicine for a patient when thoroughly run. down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. From years of experience and close observation I can say I know of no medicine as good as CLEMENTS TONIC as a nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for-nourishment. It quickly gives-health and strength.. (Signed) N'URSE WILKINSON." No truer letterwas ever written to women than' this one, proving the healhful properties of this remarkable medicine,. y here the nervous system is shattered throughsxhaustive studies, fever, wasting ilness,or brain fag,...