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Politeness in the Pay Car. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Poiiteiess in the Pay Car.: The p:iy triin stopped'at Willow Bend to pay the railroad hanidsaliifld fliqui"dal e llims for cattle on the track, in that section. A gaunt, hungryl6oking gangirestieped up to ,the smart young man who was disbursing the cash in the rear:of the car.~ " . ,:. F "Got my, name on your books, Mister ?" I " How should I know, unless you' tell me your name;." . ! S" Kerrect you are. You have got the edge, of me,.there. Well,-my na'me is Rufius'Mc Conkey." I " Yes," says the young:,man,?referring to his books, " Mr. McConkey, I:have you down, for a hog." " "Have :me. down for a "hog;, hivel you' ? Well, I'll have you. down for half an hour,; and. I'll be on top of you, makin 'it sorter excitin' -to,-you if you don't ievise that:ex pression... Now;:say: after me, ' Coloinel MEc' Conkey,. school.:,trustee, Foiurth'ilistrictrt your name, sir, is on this here list as a bonny, fiddy creditor. of the: I. &i G..· N. Railroad/ which, the: amount are 10 dols., th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Prudent Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Yi The Prudent-Tiger. ~iprudent tigei; having:'bsevied'a'pri?cei' sion r beari~.t the remains! bfo as'ainted.Brili mini to the tomb, communicated the in telligence to his.?wife, ho said Iy;dear, Jwe are almotilitdfn met, and thoiugh tibhe dece'sed, from the austerities-6fliis pious life, vwas in poor coinditioii Itiakedoidiobtiike anmong his survivg frienidswe iiay erictunier others more succulent." "3Misciable'igiess;"': exclaimed her lord, " cannot-you'see that-if we permit the deceased to be cino)niciedp' grimages will lie institutel to hisstoiAmb' andi the piroducer and consumer will be brofighit together in accordhnce it'h the true princi ples of politi?il econoty? ~R`iiher let 'us then, offer a chromo ;for cach new pilgirim. Tlhiiis rudent advice beifg followed, the tiger enjoyed, a free. breakfast tible to tthekid, of his.days. .,: . . Moral.-Beware of breaking the egg that hatches the golden goose. "·"r P Si~ ,,T'cy i' r ~j 5~,p

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some New Geography. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Some New Geograph what is theesurface of the'earth com i Of corner:ots,poor roads, raiload tracks, (fotball grounds, :cricket fields, addbilliard r o o m s. k. < ; .. .. . What pd?tion of the'globe is wate ? About three-fourths. Sometimes they add a little whisky and soda to it. What is a town ? A town is a collection of houses and inhabi talits,-rit; lf"or "iWe menvo "ir" run building societies" and lend money at 15 per cent. interest. A city is an incorporatedtown, with a mayor who believe the w?hle world shakes when he happens to- fall flat on a street crossipg.. ..: . i... .. . . . What is commerce? Borrowing £5 for a 'day or two and dodg. ing the lender for ' year' orto. t . Name the different races. !, ;", ' ,Horse-race, boat -race,, bicycle-race,,and,. racinmg around to.indorse your;note ofhand.: Into how: many classes is mankind divided? Seven:-Enlightened, civilized, half-civil ized, savage, too utter, not worth a cent. andi insurance, . ,. : Wha't nations are th...

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 — 7 March 1885

Lucy, aged eight;qonce ,remarked4-" Papa often finds fault-with maimmabiut he never Ainds fault vith'hisself.1 `"' "a .. A man Lisisvited a ci biiithit' can be: adjusted to eight hundred different positions. It is designed for a boy to sit in when he goes to church. s ! -"T'rff~ilifWpf6is a#ertishiti odgings to-leir "for early risers," adds, "Cochin Oninafowls of unusual vocal powers are kept on the .adjoiningipremises.... - .-, " ,-. A girl who refused an offer of marriage' from a young mian,l recenitly sent him a cheque for the amount which she supposed" he had spent while he'-?is coiirting her. -i ' " What a change," says the novelist, " one-. little woman can make: in a- man's life !" " Exactly," says avictim; . "and what a lot,< of ' change '-side requihes while doing it.!" Australia has an `editor ninety-one years old. ·He attributes his: long life and excel lent health to the fact that he never ex pected to please every, ad nlever tried to. The difference between h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Railway Excursion to Ballarat from Queenscliff, Drysdale, Kensington, Portarlington, Marcus Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Railw yExctirsionlto Ballarat from Queensoliff, I rysdale, . Kensington, Portarlington, Marcus Hill :' A meeting of tlhose intereted in the p:: motion of i anexcur sion :to.(Ballaiat was held in the 'council' chambers oi Wednei.1ay night. Mr Piiddle, chlaiii?rman of the Board of Advice, occupied the chair . . he; :correspondent, Mr i. Joirdan, n?tified that lie had for warded. to teachers in the district a copy of the letter received froiii the depa `'ment for warding a acale of charges S discussion then ensued :: the price of the tickets, so as to allow a margin over cost to pay for some necessary ex penses in connection wiith the :promotion of the excursion.' 'It t as :ultimately agreed to cut it as fine as possible, so as to induce a number to go, and onti.tie. motioni; of Mr : Jamieson," seconded b SMr. Cuzens, :it was 'decided to increase : the children's tickets Id. and the adults 2 d. This brings the former ::up to is :.9d?in `: Ballarat'excursion tickets for cliildren raige ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Wonderful Cure. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

' In these advertising days a good tip for advertiseis' i worth mhoney; ' The following puff, canibe utilized':byr any narit -f "genius? and: we don.t;charge anythinglfor iiti:;:.', " Dear Doctor,--I shall be one hundred and seventy-five years old next October. For over 84 yeiars I have :been an inv'alid;:unable to stir except' when inoved with ' lever?i?But a. year ago I heard of your Syiup.: I bought a bottle, smelt ,the cork, and found myself a: man.: I ani now run twelve miles and a half an hour,' rid th?r?w thirt'en somersaults wvithout stopping. " : ' * .(Ed. '.,B;-Our terins are'liberalfor a big snip,e and our ,paper, .next;.to the Soutitern . sd, lIs the largest circulation in the colonies.. - ~L-·U~

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Checkmated. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Checkmated. . IA very good storyis being told, showing hbw skilfully the blackleg community play upon the weakness of poor human nature. A young.gree, staying at a private London hotel, noticed two wealthy gentlemen who always played at nap with one another in the evening for high stakes in eady nioney. "Of coirse they did .not cheat, but our observant, friend relnarked ,thit they; were nlot above taking little advantagesov f one aniother; He thereforelaid his plans accordingly. Having made the acquaintance of bdth iof .them, lie ei'utiously sounded one.i s. td-his tvilliiigness 'to despoil the.other of a"considerable sum:of ,money. To this :the. gen'tleirian: at first dec murred, but, his:new, companion hliv.ing con rinced him by ocular demonstration that the thing could be done without the sligJite?sj fear of delectioh, he .consented. .It was. ,therefore pgr?ed tbati thebxt timn he sit down to ' playi with iis frite he shoull in= vite the sharper to join them. While the. game was ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some New Geography. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

1 Some NewGeography.. ` Swhat ithe surface of the earthicom Off cornerlots, poor roads, railroad tracks, ftball groniids,cricket fields, a: db6illiard 'rooms. -. . , What potion of th globe is-water? About three-fourths. Sometimes they add a little whisky and soda to it. What is a town? A town is a collectioni of houses and inhabi 'tats, Tiitrystford" ive menme nri building societies" and lend money at 15 per cent. interest. V-hatkis;city?- -----"ý- A city is an incorporatedCtown, with a mayor who belibv?esthe whole world shakes when he happens to- fall flat on a street crossing.; 'i 'i' ) n What is commerce ? Borrowing. £5 fora day or two and dodg ing the leider f?i a yeir ort o. Name the different races' Horserace, boat -race,: bicycle-race, ;and, racing around ito indorse yournote of:hand. Into how manyclasses is mankind divided? Seven'Enilighteled, civilized, half-civil-. ized, savage, too?tter, not worth a cent. and: insurance. are th 7 Wha 'nations are the most, enlightened ?....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Difference. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

The Difference. "Good morning," wheezed an old lady, coming into the editor's room at 83 Queen street, "good morning. Ain't you the ?editor ?" " Yes, madam," the man at the' desk 'ie sponded, as he threw a chew of tobacco down a knot-hole in thefloor-and slipped,ýhis sus penders up on his shoulders. " Can I do' anything for you to day ?" "Well, not very much. ' I heard something •about you, and as I' had been :reading your paper I came to see for myself if ;it were true." :i:: . : - : .. " Ah, indeed I What was it 1:Nothing bad, I hope. "Not so bad, and not so very good, either. They only told -me you were ijust like :Ananias. :You know. who he wais don't 'you ?" i "Not exactly, madam, though Ih'ive seen some reference to him during miny long' resi dence.id this beautiful colony." : " I didn't think you would know him. He was a :Bible' character- who dwas'struck ded fbr being a liar." " 'Grait Ciesar madam," exclaimedr the editor, with a start that knocked his paste pot overand sent...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Politeness in the Pay Car. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Politeness in the Pay Car.:: : The paytrain ' stopped'at Willow Bend to pay therailroad hands and i 't hqeli~idtlalm for cattle on the track.in that section. A gaunt, hungrynilooknig a' angeýsteped up to the smart young man who was disbursing the cash in the rear.of the car.' .3 ".- ; ".Got my. name on your books~ Mister ?" . " How should I know, unless you' tell me: your.name;>.! . s: 3 -, ' " Kerrect you are. You have got the edge of me, there . Well, my namie is Rufu's ?Mdi Conkey." :" Yes," says the youngoman;'referring to his books, " Mr. McConkey; I:have you down, for a hog." "Have :me. down for a hogl have you' Well, I'll have :you. down for half: an hour; and I'll: be on top of you,'mikin it sorter' excitin' to, you if yo.: don't :evise that ex pression. ;.Now; say after me, ' Colonel' Mc=' Conkey, schooli trustee, i loiu:th'trili;ltietr; . your name, sir, is on this here list as a bonny' fildy creditor, of tth: Iý G. iN.' Railroad, which, the amount are 10 dols:, the val...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Wonderful Cure. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

In' AWonderful Cure. t In these advertising days a good tip for advertisersis worth money: 'The" following puff can/be utilized' by anyina: of g'enius. and we don t charge anything?or it. 'i.: it Dear Doctor,-I shalil be one hundred and seventy-five years old next October. For over`84 years I have been'an si nvalid; unable to stir except' when moved'with a levedr.::But ,a year ago I heard of your Syrup.; I boughi a bottle, smelt ,the cork, and found myself: a; man:=; I can nobwrun twelve miles and a half an. hour," and throw thirteen somersahlts wvithout: stopping.''': ' : ,(Ed. T' B-Our terihis ai'elliberal forii biga snac., and our ,paper, next;to tlthe Sorithein drd, ls" the "lagest circulation in the colonies, I ~',.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SAXON PROVERB. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

A'K SAXON PROVE? B. There is a jolly Saxon Sroverb;,"- .'.!. .That isvery inmuh ilke'hili:,'; ., " _''.' SThat a man is half in heaven,- - When he-has a woman's kiss; But-there's danger ia:delayjng, ! -:7*- ; j And the sweetness may.forsake it, So [ tell you, bashful.lovej,!.: i :-; : I If you Iyan tajiss, why, take it. Never- let another fellowi - Steal a niiarhli6 iSi'bu'in this; Never let a laughing maidenr . l See you spoiling for'a kiss ; :''i . There's a royalway to'liSsiig;'' : : Andithe.jolly oices whlo'niake it : Have a motto that is wiing-n- ' .. .': If you want-a-kiss why take it: .Anyool-mnv, face cannn, AriAybody!eara Crown i J U H L S3But a mAi must wiii a woman If he'd have her1gr:his own:, Would you have tfe tgolden apple, SYou must1jfimthe tre~and shake it.- -" If tho tIting is worth the having, i And you want a*dvss Whytal it. Who would burnupon a deseit:: '- .'/ With a.forest smilingby ?.... , Wlihowould give nis-sunny.g smmer. ,; -For a bleak and wintry sky? - ' ...

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Too Metre-cal. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

: Too .Meetrecal. ," You look like&a poet," we hlughced, is a youth entered our-sanctum:-. :The boy smilcd,;and began fumbling in his yircket , "Maybe` ou` write songs, t06'"' we su *',! Yes,'sometimes;" !was'theie nswer: '' .Have yongot one for me2?",; . • Yes, I think I, have." ' Is itssung to long or short metre" ,'By this time the young man'hliad ulled out.,a document, wvhich -he thriewv d6own, say-' ing calmly---. : . 'Neither, my friend; . is sung by, the,gas meter. . . 'It was our gas bill:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Stout Party [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

That Stout Party SiiiAuht iad left me6a goo&adeal of',prperty and itwas while on a jourey from Liver lool ti New York to look after thelsame that :I fell infwitliithe stout party; '" | . Hero name was Crumbe--ararann Crumbel -an odd sortbf na'me, it seemed, for a'young woman of her size; for she was a stout party, and no mistake, and, queer enough, if she didn't seem to get stouter every day. I watched her so close, it seemed I could see 'er a-swelliah'wisibly.Jefore .,mywerr-y-eyes: But I was.gettin'. deeper an' deeper. under that 'ere spell as makes 'fools of us all sime time or.other..I eveni.begun to. write a pome to her, so you may know as I was pretty dei. Ierate.' I'd written adiertisih' riymies ab6ut' our soap, you know,' buta Ifound.love verses quite different, and I balked after..the fust" two lines-- ... " My heart is yours, oh, Sararain Crumbe !. Ilong to speak, but love strikels ne'dumb." * Thatt was, 'in my opinion werry heat as fur as it went, but itt didn't g...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Goose. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

That oose. A -bashful swain of :Prahrani took a violent liking to a fair lady of thattowin;i iiad after a great deal of liesitation fihally brotight his courage up to the sticking;point, and madean evening call at her house., ,He found her. busily; engaged "pressiig a , garment with a:. tailor' s goose. She, however, received him :very courteously, and c6ntinued her :work. A bevy of the lady's female friends dropped in a few minutes after the poor, man had sub sided into silence, for he found it absolutly impossible to maintain a 'conversation witlh her,: .The sudden entrance of thelhisiors?instead. of 'relieving only added to his embarrassri'eu t,m and lie satin silence until it becamie.a matter of serious cdinceirn to the 'cnmpany hoi.w to .put him at ease, foi he was ivell known to ali ,of them as aman.of great wvoith, bashfulness being his only weakness. The.youug lady .liially got through with.her work, and called out to?the servant in.tlhe kitchen- ' "Jane I' " The door :opene...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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No Getting Away From It. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

No Getting Away From It. You canno?. ecape trouble whateverlinet of lifE yio choose; and however muchi youl n~ay have yourself, you'll' find somebody: worse off. ! r : :The farm:r wh has had his potatoes ruined: by potat6 bugs, whose sheep diedind whose turkeys. get lost in the woods, whose fruit trees are blighted, and whose family have chills, envies the minister, who, as he says, has nothing to do but write his sermons; while-that-reverend" gentlliemanils lary unpaid and his deaconsiin'a temper, the wood oout, :and the flour niot icfreased by any .miracle, wishes-his -parents.had brought'him up as a farmer., .. The lawyer, waiting for clients, wishes he were ah' doctor:;- while the doctor;: called out five times a night to travel, through the rain to see people. who will never pay his bills, wishes he were'sa lawyer. . ' The milliner,-who sews all day and is sick of the sights of feathers and. flowers, wishes to change` places-' with the music teaicher. The music teacher, sick of...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Receipt for Breaking Stones. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Receipt for Brealnigi Stonesý? Select the: thiliest iand 'bongest'hoixyolu can find, arid;,be sure.:to see: shat tit is fieE from all defects , Thndi .the stones, which pack as carffilly+as, possl? in yl ori straw.: IWrite ' Giss?L ith:care,' " andi sundry other-' snch adifonitiodns, on- several' "parts of the box, iit:largdletters; lihen give it to:one of the appointed men.at a :ail'way', station, and 'desire him tot'take particular. .care of: it:: If you do this, and sefid yoir box' to Sydney by rail;Oum-niay be certaiithiat the stones will be macadamised,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

ONE BoxOF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is war ranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitu tional), Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Guar anteed free from Mercury. Sold ,in Boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medi cine Vendors; Sole Proprietors, THE LINCOLN AND MIDLAND .COUNTIES DRUG Co., Lincoln England.; Wholesale of all the Wholesale Houses. When Wolseley meets the Mahdi it will be DON'T DiE IN THE HOUSE.-" Rough o~ Rats" clears out rats, mice, beetles, roaches, bed-bugs, flies, ants, insects,' moles, jack-rab bits, gophers, Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney General Agents. The loud laugh speaks the vacant mind: SKINNY MEN.-"- Wells' Health Renewer, restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepia, Impotence, Debility. Moses, Moss & Co., Sydney, General Agents. - Can thou not minister to a mind diseased, WELLS' "ROUGH ON CORNS."-Ask for Wells' " Rough on Corns." Quick relief. com plete, permanent cure. Corns, warts, bunions Moses, M...

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Too Metre-cal. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

I Too Metre-cal. . E "! You look like a' poet," wve laiighed, i a" youth entered our, sanctum:".,: i:b ;s:t :.., :Thd boy smiled, and began:funbling in his 'M ybc you write songs, too we su gcsted. i ; : .. i.-!Yes,'sometimes;?rvns the answer::- :' ",.ave you got one for me?":; .; 'Yes ;I think Lhave.." ' r , Is it:sun to longr. or short metre." . ,By this itime the young mini hlid piulled :out.a document, which lie w tle v down, 'sa. ing calmly- :. : SNdither, my friend ;, is sung by; tue, gas, meter...,. "It was our gis bill

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Checkmated. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 7 March 1885

Ohec kmiated. A very good story is: being told,, showing how skilfully the blackleg community play upon the weakness of poor human nature. A young.grec, staying at a private London hotel, noticed two wealthy gentlemen who always played at nap with one another in the evening for high-stakes in ready money, Of cburse they did. nob cheat,, but our observant, friend reinarked th,it they were not ,above -taking littie advihtiges' of one ainothei. ' He therefore laid his plans accordingly. Having inade the acquaintance of bdth 'of .them. he "cautiously sounded one :as. ti-his Wiililigness .to despoil the other of a' considerible sum:of ,money. To this: the. gen'tleiiian'at first de m nrred, but, hisinew companiori hiving con vinced him by ocular demonstration that.the. thiing could be done without the sligjitcatL fear of ldetection, he .coniseted. It was, ,therefore jrieed =thati the:in6xt tinie he sait down to' play with liis fiicLid lie shouil in vite the sharper to join them. While the...

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