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Agricultural, &[?] CREAM FOR CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

CREAM FOR CHEESE.. Whether the cream that rises on milk kept overnight, says Profesdor Arnold, can all be utilized in cheese.making. depends on the skill of manufacture. If kept so warm that it~gets our, or closely approximates souring, hdthlig' cii:save'a large pdrtion `of it from running off with the whey. When cieam becomes, sour, or nearly so, the globules ad here to each other so fir~ly that 'th'ey can not be fully separated by stirring, and they remain in pellets so large that they rise to the surface in site of all the .cheesemakers, can do: When the milk and cream .remain fresh and.saweet this tenacious adhering of gldbules 'does not occur and the cream can'be thoroughly remixel with 'the -milk by stir= ring.. milk When the milk is kept in the factory over night and properly stirred and cooled, the. sweet- cream should be dipped off in lie: morning before the morning milk is: added, and kept by itselftill the milk is all warmed to the desired degree'for applying rennet. Then...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Woman's Pun. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

A Woman's Pun. He said : " Woman was justly ashamed of her puns, for they were invariably wretched; a woman could semi-annually make a good pun, but she had to put her whole mind, and sometimes sit up all night to make it work smoothly, while men could make first-class puns off-hand." She said: " It was no, such thing.; she could make as good a pun on any word as fast as any horrid man." "Well," said the sceptical wretch, "make a pun on horse-shoe." "If you talk until you're horse-shoe can't ,convince me," said the feeblemininded woman. And he died. "Old hand," who has been rather curtly refused a pint of colonial nectar on .tick, is overheard.apostrophising the barman .thus: -" It was thclike of us as.medo the - country, and now these Johnny royals who's been out here about a week put on as much --- side as if they owned 'arf the colony." A friend of ours is noted for leaving. um brellas behind. He can never keep one. He lost so many that he determined never to buy another. Then he...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT IS LOVE? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

WHAT IS LOVE I A delightful snsation. One of the fruniet. things imaginable. The outcome ,of constant companionship Buloer. 'The joint product of. sexual magnetism,' from associalion, and of interest in the face from movements and mental qualites of the' beloved one. Love at first. sight. A coarse business, and only to be indulged ,in-' by those; who read. Shakespeare'ss Venus- and Adonis in a coarse mood.-Americin Authoress. .- .Idleness may have something to do with?it,, but silliness more. In all affairs of love there is one who does the chief liking-the other sub nits to be loved FrenchPrroverb: ' '° ^ Love's like, a dizziness.: It'll no let a puir body gang abdot his business.. Love is the flame oflife. In youth it burns vith a flickering and unsteady light, but as years pass it increases in brilliancy and teadi nes;; until death extinguishes?it here, to betre-. kindled again in the other world;--Siriu. Love is a celestial princip!e interwoven with our being by the Creator, who...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY AND VALUE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY AND VALUE OF MILK. Professor Sturtevant, head of New York State.Agricultural Experiment Station, has been making a few analyses of the milk of several breeds of cows, and finds for cheese there is a variation in value of 15 to 22 per cent; for butter much more than this, it showing a difference of 30 to .50 per cent; and that the milk usually carried by the farmers direct to the creameries varies in value 25 per cent. 'The milk of Jersey cows, he thinks, is too rich generally for their calves, and hence their so frequently scouring when fed. upon it, often followed by diarrhoea,, occasionaly ending 'in death. Jersey milk is also found too rich for infants. Fed on this they become sick, but are cured by changing to milk of other breeds of cows which is not nearly so rich, and consequently more easily digested in a weak stomach, such; as is common to 'the very young of all' animals. The curd of Jersey cows Professor Srutevant finds tough and horny; that of th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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HOUSES WITH SECRET CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

HOUSES WITH. SECRET: CHIAMBERS. These secret chambirs were not uncommon in old Lancashire houses. Thus, at Wid ness, near Warrington, there is a picturesque Tudor mansion with one of these hiding places. Some years ago, too, in some fields adjoining this residence were discovered various relics, and amongst them arms, coins, tobacco-pipes,-&c., which it: has been sug gested indicate encampments of Roundhead, and probably afterwards of Dutch soldiers. At Mains Hall,, in the parishf of Kirkham,. a secret room was accidentally, discovered by some workmen behind a stack of chimneys; and another one in an old house .in Goos-. margh, called Ashes, which has two small cavities in its centre wall,' which is about four feet thick. Lydvate Hall, also, as well as Speke :Hall, both in Lancashire,. had secret chambers, a full description of which is given by Mr. Gibson in his interesting little volume entitled Lydvate Hall and its Associations. To these we may also .add Borwick Hall and ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE SONGS WE SING. "Sing a song of sixpence."—[Old Song.] [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

,THE SONGS WE SING. " Sing a song of sixpence."-[Old Song.] " What hind of songs are in fashion now ?" asked a representative of Truth of the pro prietor of a music shop in. Collins street. " Well, the songs of the past year are still popular, such as. 'When the Robins Nest Again,' 'Only a Pansy Blossom,' 'Peek-a boo,' and others of the sentimental sort; but there is going to be a reactionin song-singing next season." " What will the new song be ? " "It will be comic. Latterly there is quite a call for comic songs. :Now here is one that is getting into the best society. It describes a class of people that really exists right among us. It is a hit for the times. The music seller reached up to a shelf and took down a piece of sheet music. It was en titled "The Mashers." They are mashers, they are plenty Of the sort at three-and-twenty, Their shirt fronts immaculately got up: Though their look is somewhat vapid, They are living rather rapid, . And there is'nt much in town to which they...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

Joy is the greater side of man. Justice is not what is, but ought to be. Pride is the conscience of what one is, with out contempt for others. Good will, like a good name, is got by many actions, and lost by one. Learn as if you were to live for ever: live as if you were to die to-morrow. "t Policy," says Thomas Fuller, "consists in serving Grd'in such a manner as not to offen l the devil." The average manis made up of intelligence and prejudice-mostly of prejudice. It is a natural ideal only that can touch the undercurrents of natural trust and aspication. A reputation is a very good thing; buit no reputation can take the place of food, clothes, and a house to live in. SPleasant service is where one knows how to render it skilfully; and still pleasanter when ,one can improve upon skillful work. If any one say that he has seen a just man in want of bread, I answer. that it was in some place where there was no other just man. A recreation, to give real pleasure, must be' a form of ac...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

flollohay a Ointmient. -; EBad legs, woeiids ics ; anid' aldl'sdescriptions of sores &re ured by tlie propeand dii-a :gdent?itse pof these-inestimableiprepara 'tions. TO lattempttocure bad legs ' by: plast i??ng th.ei .d.dges of the wound together: is . folly :for should. the skin: unite, a' ;boggy, diseased condition r finpins undernieath, tq' break. out with tenfold. fiiy.iu a .few d .ys. The only rqtigahil and prmainent sieat'ment, as iiidicated by nature, is to rednce the in .flrnna.tim in an d about the wound, to soothe 'he neighboiuring ' nerves,: to cool :th.elieatd,;blood as jt ourses along, its vessels, and-, to-,.render its ' wtery, ichorous .:.disoehrg, . consistent :sand hplthy.: Ifolloway' ppills shuuldlike wis; lie taken to purify the'blood and :epel the: poious hliumour from 'the ;;he ouncil ;are now in communica tion:: with thpe. p blic Works :L' epart ment' :ithi, respect tj :the` construction of new pier and irepair' pf he old one. It ise epectpd .tbt tende...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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"TIP" A GREAT INSTITUTION, [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

" TIP'.. A_ GREAT. INSTITUTION, " Tip," by the way, is one of 'th'e very peculiar features of English life which it takes a stranger some time to get accustomed :to. You :see: everybody-everywhere under every conceivable circumstance. ° A few days ago, coming from Ipswicli. across country,. I had to change carriagji and trains at Haugh ley, Ely, Newmarket, Bury, Cambridge, Bletchly and Rugby. Each time a porter presented himself at the door of the carriage. " Change here for so-and-so, sir 1 Have you any luggage, sir ?" "Yes; this and this and that. I- am going to Wolverhampton." - "Change again at-" wherever it happened to be. "Train will be here directly, sir I Thank you, sir I" The "Thank you, sir," marks the moment when, after putting my luggage oi a spot convenient for the next train, often, of course, on another platform, across three or four lines of rail, he receives a sixpence for his pains. Presently another attentive porter will take it into the iucoming train, will bring...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Queenscliff Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 22 March 1884

Queenscliff Cemetery. A meeting of the trustees of the           cemetery was held on Tuesday afternoon at the Town Hall. Present — Dr Williams, chairman;   Messrs Bower and Simpkin.     The minutes were read and con-   firmed, and correspondence was read from Mr Leihy, who was unable to attend. The accounts were examined   and found correct, and ordered to be     gazetted in compliance with the Act. The trustees took into consideration the consideration of the cemetery and deter- mined to have certain alterations and improvements carried out before the next spring. These will comprise the   outlining and formation of main walks, cutting the grass along the borders, and   removing all unsightly obstructions, &c. The trustees desire it to be noti- fied that they purpose expending all the available...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MARRIED AND SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

.. RRIEI. AwNDd .?- ,?.?,lt" E . M' iied "and rattled! just alook ; at the' •e nDegi her, newly fleged, duties. Life ne' ,before "to" heri loving young. .Seeined quite so full.f newi beauties. Briglitet?he:blueslies lthan ever:libefore ( Greene the grass 'in:the u.meadpow - Sun giving lihit all ,the blessed day .Sun and bo little of ihado . Hope?Iams grown bright i'n er innocent ,Lea nSg no rooth nfor mcre sadite s;s Out at the itnl idow;ulland(ii.i ' at the. doohri Goes the iee' song ofl hi'ghlianess. -larrM e arni settled? a vCIea'an 1 a day, Soyfful as ever,, i' certain, ; Ai~!' liare"toseeu thei e. tieasure of i.i?ahereitke:k a peep ;neathi: tle ;curtun?a! Turin h`,bkack i thecoieit boideled ith Bay' . `the sweetest, th; c+ erI",wns' born 1"riy,dr'yo o,' iut'o1~ky4, me s :iin .... H:appy "Ung. wife 'nosv she hstens to :(E'ein ihvbileherl ciadlle sonr hlu!inminag) Fdotsteps wh6senechoiis nhisi"to0 her Heiiiliin foith is 41 coniing: Marfied a"ind settlednot barter' i ed foi Mate I...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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IMPERFECT DRAINAGE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

IMPERFECT DRAINAGE. - f TO TILE, EITEE1TR.. Villa-- '. . ., TTierih.hs been M Iljiclifiai d of late ,asa to Lhe draiiiiinage censcllff ti perifect'."' this 'suh cct will n t be doubted " y'b s crlb?" iii: tile' viciniLy of Kiin and Nepbheii 4iio -the &Idoui is-i osit TrlI'Uf 3 burej tIii' is a miatte doi oui HelitI officeir Tlimnkiig you br Ii steioi:i in your vhiahlca paper. I Hnu1. ' 1 L E R iil

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A DESERVING CITIZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

aDESERYING O IT IZE i A nmovkemient has; beenitintated fdr the pres cnt tioim 'f a'lf iaflt fm t rJ i:JW: .i alla'ie, ltlt. so, oficer of the tde 'ralh: stafflat the Gcelmong oft c, ., ýwoo t. hi 5.wn reque t,. w as recently ,ieiinved to' lhe "c1l e'r " of:tthe'keleg;raph dfh ce iit ci ed wnhat fiornm the testiiuiniiali;.hall asuic nd:tha't' h:bins a" nmitter fur futmu e cmn'ileiiatidon `hI W?,llnce w as an old reildeiit of: this-tu; id he received en apipointniet,i iu the(lecloug :telegiryph office, in July, 1 ?.5;: h.livilui sonltimile previously lperit"tle *Jhivil yirvice.exanm lination; Sint~~ en he has proved hiiy aelf a ..nios enegetic ýandl deservi ig citizeni a'ud lii'ýicino\il froni the tiown his been ai srtne ho e r.'et to:. ir, many of; hiss friendsi l n thie relidients here., :He-wasn a. lnost:;ý active ieniber , f the MechaLiiins' I tidit,9 ,enilitte, ?nd hi? efforts iill connect9i th tle chess club anid lite ra?dbb itct. .eid t9 that insti :tlte weree' fraught "ith ben...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF V. ARTILLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

Q UELIiIFF V ARTIL"fERY': *:7: ... . The returnn match between the above cluil ^.iwas pla?ied on Satutdlay' ]ast' on the giounid of the A'rtillery,;a who o? ?ent to the. vwidcts, B:ulon. and 0 I4cry, tbeingi the fiat to face. the Inileis.;. Ihiese o two were thi: only men to liiake na st'al, te,;grer, cariying out; lns 'at'for 29 'ind ilthe lnttei being boiled iby 1,i, 'iianib foiir. ,ls ,:Bruton's runs; exceptiowur .,i for which ihe nmade' '. iits frB i 2' eeh` .J 'lihe .eianng. nine. iuenb 'vere-? bwi'el ' by- Stephens andi 2'.' , W. S : Reli !{"e i ' W 1i i5 '.Hay is an 1 iS W4ull i ni s ,e .,,U Ilto t:he wickets, the captainr soon retirin for' 2i j.'i Stephr e joinied ' Wi 'inui'l,, both. of ioII1Ot?'i e tor i ne o?l r stadl taiera iie 4aiie gg o'r lht and. left, tting s ad111 t8 A .t'llW has fons caug for:o:, Fe» mno8 inolout and 1 iha le- 0te out, were thie6only otliei:r ;mteni -,who.,bat-, taed Wr.linthe stiimps'were drawn tih ganie, tod.:Artillery.,59, Quendciff, 'Lplry,;~lI...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

The Qucendcliff, Club sen a tamto. SGelonYtn.. Sattm'uainext td play the t. ni. niteb i t??; i?? Ita e. I he t. :in will coiinsit' of the foltWoin., 'pl ;iei 1,?e o , t .e: re mnsuted -to meet at. rjt criock rn tud y n ms .,e at, tie '.'D . nail illi i F, R. Ir]ii av tatin I oF t mteliei r cofige 1'Vihdl&; H."~Jansen, 0 'Le~v<Bi stoLn, .J cfanniiii D : muid A. 4 iIuinimi e .tjt I rive i· 'rs 'd 7 ' s '. '9 ..?- iT K --: iaeTOsnCO,?. TY ureie Of:, :::i.:!:;I f ii?i i;Y t` v " R ýTny ý'i.f !!'?,l?,[ ;, !,F!' m fieId le.:ourdai 'rdelrsi ?ov ' nlmec to.' :f ni "i ? fi; ed! g s a9h.~e ? b ee ia eleep ibiitter.'· v!)i , d. i'ote'l 1difi1dernd . ,,'r;. ý +.: . .: ' , v k .. , t. tý .I ,+ "f i,, t h 3 t lene oo 1 tiM'Nte i'tbr foi£RAcl fe oI additionsth itliclortarl su,,,n ..... ,o.t great ag? Rial g tsed inihe ijfen t`ie tlieGivernmeni .o . .: .i .rine ýgns a t Q?; i f h :¶( ir.^e" ton jBl'iylea bi me eneenen i t thi e nirfi . ..niis . t e ofmn ,thwee iith r ifeg 'nn gTi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Paradoxical Actor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

The Paradoxical Actor. The acto'r's a mighty strange fellow; Saving billiards, all games he'll eschew, For he can't play i a it he will tell you, Unless you will give him his cue. He'sall ranks and all agesby turns, Kinig, beggar, boy, sere yellow leaf; On Monday with love'his heart burns, And next night he's prostrated by grief. He travels o'er countries and oceans, On a stage, from the North to the South; And he never can speakhis own notions Except with a gag inhis mouth. He's superior to all humnanweakness,. He fears not when dark spirits stalk; And the one time he loses his sleekness Is just when the ghost does not walk !

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Love's Punishment. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

Love's Punishment. O'ifmy love offended me And we had words together, To show her I would master be, .. . 'I'd whipher with a feather. If she then, like a naughty girl, Would tyranny declare it, I'd give my love a cross of pearls, And make her always bear.it.. If still she tried to sulk and sigh, And threw away my posies, I'dcatch my darling on the sly, And smother her with roses. And should she clench her tiny fists, Or contradict her betters, I'd manacleher dainty wrists SWith pretty golden fetters. And if. she dared her lips to pout,? L Like many pert young misses, I'd wind one arm her waist about, SAnd punish her with kisses. We have heard of a good' many m2ean things in our time, but the action of the pro. moters of the Amsterdam Exhibition in re quiring successful exhibitors to pay for their own medals breaks the record;

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A LITTLE GAME OF BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

A LITTLE GAmIE ;OF BILLIARDS. I.live, ina quiet little mining town, and am iiitolerably easy circumstances, having a goodmining interest. Ilmay state thataI'iu' alsoi a veiy steady married man, haviiig no small vices, and but one weakness, namely, 'billiards. At 'this game I am considered only second to Roberts by the' residents in our neighborhood. As a matter of fact, I believe I could beat him on our local table, as it is rather a peculiar one. .- At one time it did, seriice as a bagatelle table, and being, abodit thirty years fold th'e slates' have' ot rather furrowed, leaving gutter-like tracks that would be as difficult- for a stranger to play on as on a metal road with three cricket balls and a scythe handle for a cue. Add to this that the balls have a peculiar knack of taking eccentridc'"cifre'of tlide~f6st"?? rt" . ordinary discription.in"conseqiuence of their not being round, and my readers will acknow ledge thedifficulties 6f afiist-class 'pl~ayr in playing with a:. man l...

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FERN WINDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

FERN WINDUOW'S. From a popular English work, called " Fern Paradise," the following; hints for window decoration are taken :-Let' us see how the shady windows of a dwelling-hous??' ?? may be made beautiful by the presence of:' ferns.', We will' begin at the basement. Here we shall find, as in thousands of Lon-' don and other city houses, a window or ;windows looking out upon what is popiularly called the.':" area." Such windows are in variably immersed in shadow, and, given up as they are to the domestics of the house hold, one may perhaps not infrequently see, as one passes, the window-sill adorned by modest pots, containing geraniums, calceo larias, fuchsias, or. the golden-green leaf and golden flowers of the sweet but modest musk' plant:" Rarely do we' see ferns in such' windows. But why. should they not be there? Let them by all ineans be mixed with such flowers as will thrive, in these;: windows., But when flowers need to beex-? cluded, by reason :bf the uncongeniality of' the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE SONGS WE SING. "Sing a song of Sixpence."—[Old Song.] [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

THE. SONGS ,?W SING.:I,: "Sing a song of sixpence."-[Old Song.] " What hind of songs are in fashion now ?'! asked a representative of Truth of the pro prietor of a music shop in Collins street, " Well, the songs of the past.year are still popular, such as 'When the Robins Nest Again,' 'Only a Pansy Blossom,' 'Peek-a boo,' and others of the sentimental sort ; but there is going to be a reaction in song-singing next season.") , " :What will the new song be ?" "It will be comic. Latterly there is quite a,call for comic songs;.f Now here is one that is getting into the best society. It describes a class of people that really exists right among us. It is a hit for the times. The music seller reached up to a shelf and `tolkdowiniapiece of sheet music. It was en titled ('The.Masli' is.' . ' j ? They are'masher's,they are plenty Of the sort at three-and-twenty, Their shirt fronts immaculately got up; Though their look is somewhat vapid, They are living rather.rapid, And there is'nit much in...

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