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HER MAJESTY'S CROWN [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

HER MAJESTY'S CROWN The imperial state crown of Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, made by Messrs. Pundell: ando? Bridge in the: year 1838, with jewels ' taken from old crowns and others furnished. by command of Her Majesty, is thus described by the late Professor Tennant: : It consists of diamonds, pearls, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds, set in silver and:. gold;, it has a crimson velvet cap, with. ermine border, and is lined with white silk. Its gross Weight is 39 oz. 5. dwt. troy.: The' 'lower part of the band, above the ermine border, consists of a row of 129 pearls, 'and the upper part of the band of a row of 112 pearls, between? whichi,in front of the crown' is a .large' sapphire' (partly drilled), pur. :? ,chased for the crown by King George IV. At' the back 'is' sapphire of sihmaller size, and six other sapphires (three on each side), between which are eight, diamonds. Above 'and below "the seven" sapphires' are .14 diamonds, and around the eight emeralds 128 diamonds. Between th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSES WITH SECRET CHAMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

;? `HOUSES WIT.K SECRET. CHAMBERS. These secret:chamberswere not uncommmin in~ old€Lancashire -houses. xThus, at Wid. ness, near Warrington, there i, 'aicturesque 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 hasbeen sug gested indicate encampment's of:Roundilead, and probibly aferiwaidstof IDutch -sldiderr. At Mains Hall, in the parish of Kirkham, a .secret roomowas-accidentally-"discovered-by some workmen behind a stack of chimneys ; 'aid anoti'er onefian an !old h'loueih 'Goos7 una'rgh; called 'Ashes," which` has two small cavitressi`ititsceitre-wall,-"wlii1Ci m 7 about four feet thick. ;,Lydvate:Hill, 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 a'nd its AssociatiOiis heseohie 'e d' e"mdy...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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DICKENS, THE TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

DICKENS, THE TEACHER. All grimy old London Town was bright. ened, softened, yet mellowed and made altogether lovely, by the humidly golden atmosphere which Turner painted so' well and revelled in so madly.`- This atmosphere, in its tangible, presence, is.:London's one beautiful garment, and when it is folded about her she is transformed from a gigantic, hard handed, money-chahgingm wench to' a queen. Our American custom of Sunday morning late rising, loitering, and our 11 o'clock service, brought me to the main entrahee of Westminster Abbey after every' sitting'in that part of the1 structure was occupied:L."I-. was directed to ;'"poet's corner," where tem-, porary benches had been placed for the ac commodation ."of 'the' unusual number of worshippers. The toied light, the exquisite music which flooded and echoed and lovingly lingered among; the lofty arches, the ;digni filed, impressive Church of. England seryice, Canon Farrar's perfectly 'closen, eloquent words, `all' so' conspired...

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"TIP" A GREAT INSTITUTION, [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

" TIP'#A ;GREAT-NSTITUTION, " Tip,' by the way,`- is one of the very peculiar xfeat rea of English life':which. it takes a stranger some time to get acciistomed\ to. Yoi'see everybody everywhere under' every conceivable circumnstance. " A few' days' .ago, coming fromoiIpswich across country, I had to, change carriages and traini` at Haughl 'ley? Ely, Newinarket, Bury, Cambridge, Bletcbly. and Rugby. `Each timn'e a porter presented himself at the door of the carriage. " Change here for so.and-so,l sir' ? 'Have you any' luggage, sir " . "Yes this and this and that I am going to Wolverhampton" "Ohaniigeagain at--' wherever it happened to bde.? ?Train will be here directly, sir l Thank you, sir 1" The, Thank you, sir," marks the moment when, after putting my luggage on a spot convenientfor thenexttrain; often, of course, on another platform, across, three or four lines of rail, 'lid receives a }sixpence for' hi. pains. Presently- another .attentive .porter. will take it iitit the iucomi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MARR TWAIN AGGRIEVED. WHY A STATUE OF LIBERTY WHEN WE HAVE ADAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

MARR TWAIN AGGRIEVED. WHY A BTATUIE OP LIBERTY WHEN WE HAVE ADAM.'" Mark Twain was asked to contribute to the album of artists' sketches and autograph letters, to 'be'iraffled, for at the' Birtholdi pedestal: fund-: art.loan 'exhibition in Newl York, and this is his respoase, which, accom panied his contribution: You know my, weakness for Adam, and your know how I have struggled to get him a monument, and failed. Now, it seems to me, here is my chance. What do we. care for a statue of liberty when we've got the thing it-' self in its '.wildest sublimity ? What; you want of a monument is to keep you in mind of something you haven't got-something you've :lost." Very well; ,we haven't lost liberty.;, we've lost Adam. Another thing ? What has liberty done for us ? , Nothing in particular, that I know of. What.have, we .done for her ? Everything. We've given her a home'and an good home, too. And if she knows anything, she knows it's the first time she ever struck that novelty. She knows ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, 26TH MARCH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

,WEDNESDA , 26K";: . , MARCH . ,;, 8,.q lI' last Saturday's issue of the S?iitinel as publishd the ierteo ofa eieciti f the tutes tof; tthe cenietery i tiy ttne'tat ttnntion sobul ibe clead!;,to} the matter Whilst? assisting iii. the [ , of the ' aso sad offi. folian sd riai old iosident a shr timef ie w ie )wwtie stiutk b1,vthe n'atural;;,bcaiuty :of::ýtl? pot: Siu.t ii i"ied ast itst th ig? n ntle slope;tp tthenoith au,?othet d :ariuageisJ everthi l t11hat cudmmand i uesrionitl'ltei 'sun4. having" lull; -ýoui~dý,ilo~te iii'fae P as i S"!ras are intercepted by soni. ancieilt guit"or, sle -oak -kes `to ,.th li n :?,l ?i ,tidn aiii app ei Aincesuggestiivt ofi fdlings t hiic i loriilRlc fi tandili on the Ouii't of the -incline iWonlcrlh .loill ly eps. o i ll d sic.a l aelrobli o t ; t;indl' tlh c teelidttc' oiin nany' be? alisc b: i. i s by touches of ' Old O'ciat,'ilib whose gentleý plaslh andrinuiinur o the not i itt strainl, ~ en:d Be anotiei Siiit ,th pieluiteu: i Quecqucliff, iit...

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

ISIIORS lASTS. ........ ?N...3If ýý,n;,,ivfue;',T t'e " 1t~elR an othler Houses4air)&lhe to ed ien r ti ivis'l -d l s'io¾Pa' on l?irsday afternoon.: ` w.rl ,3 H .' tý f3#}i#;,{' a ýl . h s war i . " ,y 4. ? " ! r 7e ' r ]GRANDU' HOE7Til 1,d Mr' 'm Mrs A. Rayne; andaf;nl' r;1 4 ý' #.'.4 "~I'r Golfer'V.3i)' f~ !rZc ,ie - ,, 4''i.3'l c ac,3.id t 74 1 Johll u,,yi.ekd? . Pu3 ? iE0,71ii, Q^r 'ýjijjtr, ?a f rrt'6I "' .+, : , [ 7. =ti ??: "ir'.flA. 11T i i'.j1 '"i - 4${sr t 4y, 3 i' -'i1.i 'th <OA : ';.'rN i^ . i '+ f lvj' i t.. : !t"; efr"~ 0 i~e r d aj~ t ~'F 'r 'T '1 403'i Mr, rice a 111(1untly s .... ,r .' f r x? I. r+< t,?:+',:t; '> y Rl l:t.? [i' ? +-` ' ^5 " ,Cp, tS," (xam lmp ud mson {' e?o lr r eluthbert Pll- , r 1CapLD Flg, edFoardTihA. Mir' `Cohen, iBadlglB3 son 'fame Tfes ., ieCien; Jeffkie '(2) , .uck e?cL: dratc. -:Mes.3tA Sniith .lates, h~ow ard Ti;:tchiins, .'w,,; ,r .,,il T- h l a+:{ i e ' t.r stIý. f; . Tholisu, t'daid I n '"Giuitei". r, ;F...

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PORTRAIT OF A "LOAF" AND AN "OAF." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

PORTRAIT OFA ' "LOAF " AND AN "O0AF."; Our very first moning at Silve ado, when. we were full of business, patching up doors and windows, making beds and seats, and getting our rough lodging into shape, Irvine and his sister made their appearance together :-she for neigborliness and general curiosity; he, beciuse he was working for- me, if you please-cutting firewood at Iforget how much a day,`; The way that he set about cutting wood was"characteristic. -We were at that inoment patching uI anhd unpacking in? the kitchen. Down he sat on one side, anddown sat-his sister'on"the other. Both were chew ing pine-tree gum, and he, to my annoyance, accompanied that simple pleasure with pro fuse expectoration. She rattled away, talk: irg up bill ahf'ddo' migdaleliaighing, tossing her head,; showing her brilliant teeth., He looked on iii silence, now spitting heavily on the floor, now putting his head back and uttering a' loud; discordant, joyless laugh. He had a tangle of shock hair, the colo...

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A TRUE BEAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

A TRUE BEAR STORY, i "Did you ever feel like committing mur der ?" wasa -questioniiasked by a !Melbourie professional, one evening at a social gather, ing,: just after-an excellent recitation of Hood's "Dream of Eugene Aram' had, been given by one of the company. As the ques tion was a'general one, an old Aniericaniat present travelling with a company through out the colonies, responded, "Yes, I 'once felt like taking the life of. a human being, and if'I.had had another round'of aimmunim tion left, I should to.day have been branded, with the curse of Cain," On being asked for, the dircumst'iiaes, he' responded as follows~ -Many years ago it was my good fortune to enjoy the personal friendship of E. A. Sothern, whose -name is synoniomeus with' that of "Lord Dundreary." Ned proposed one summer'that we should go out into the Western States, and have abear and buffalo hunt. As our autumn engagements did not begin for several weeks, I gladly assented to the proposition, and in a few 'day...

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OUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

* OUR LAST WILL' AND TESTA MENT. One of the duties incumbent on mian is to leave.instructioins for the proper disposal of his goods and effects after his decease. This is a moral obligation which ought never.to be avoided It is truethat laws exist pro viding for the stcecession'td the property'of 'any individual who may diewithout makin'g a will; but 'these laws, though generally benefident, do not, and never can, in every case mete out that justice which heirs may separately deserve. The family status, the amount and character of the possessions, the rights, reasonable expectations, necessities, qualifications, and perhaps the talents, of thedifferent heirs who ought to succeed, along with numerous other considerations, should receive the gravest attention. Owing to the 'necessity of life, procrastination re garding such a weighty subject almost amounts to sin; for a man is bound to do justice to his offspring, that unseemly-wrang |ig inaybe obviated amongst brethren; who otherwise...

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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

Science has accomplished wonders, but the red. sunsets are too much for it. The course of.: true;love often. runs smooth 'until it is wrecked by the wife's miisplaced switch. Somine men 'are just blind e'nough niot to see their duties, but they can see all their rights very clearly. Women never will be paid as much for lectur .ing as men, simply because they have, done so, , mushe of it for nothing. Writers themselves who could :not make a MotherGoose rhyme are chattering about Ten nyson's decline as a poet. A Boston commercial traveller was paralyzed when a young lady asked him; " When are you going a peddling again ?" There are 2,000,000 widows in Germany, it' is said. Some of the husbands are in Heaven, but the majority are in America. A swimming school in Frankfort-on-the.Maine announces in German-English, " Swimming in structions given by a teacher of both sexes. According to the'Rev. Mr. Beecher, four-fifths of the inhabitants of Heaven are women. Henry appears desirous of goi...

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WHAT IS LOVE? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

S WHAT IS LOVEu A delightfiil s ensiation. Odne of the funniet things imaginable. iThe outeome of constant companionship The joint product of sexual magnetism from association, and -of interest in the face from movements and mental quialites of the beloved one. Love at first sight. A coarse business, and only to be indulged~ ins by .those who read. Shakespeare's Venus ind Adonis in a coarse mood;--American Authoress. Idleness may have something to do with it "tintsilliTiess mor:"e. In all affairs of love thereis one who does the cbief liking--the other sub nits to be loved -French Proverb, Love's like a dizziness. It'll no let a pair' body gang aboot` his busines:s. Love is the flame oflife. 'In youth it burns with a flickering and;.unsteady light, but as years pass it increases in brilliancy and steadi 'nesa, until death extinguishes it here, to be re. kindled agai ifi'thie' ther' world ,Sirius. " Love is a celestial priniciple irterwioventwith' our being by the Creator,' who compa...

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DARK DAYS. A STORY OF LIGHT. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

DARK DAYS. (I A STORY or LIGHT. BY G. MA~NvrLE FINN CHAPTER I. HATEVER is the old fellow going to do ?" "Let's go on the pier and see." The scene was a fishing-village on the rocky coast of Corn wall, the time about ten o'clock on one of those delicious Au. gust mornings when the sun is veiled by a thin gauze of mist. and the sea is dappled with delicate grey tints, that give it the appearance of some of the freshly-dug ores of the neighboring land, silvery and glossed with iridescent reflections. A dozen or so of brown-sailed luggers lay'in the tiny harbor, half round which a solid granite pier curved like a protecting arm to save them from the onslaught of the waves. On the cobble-stones and rounded shingle below the cliff, filmy brown nets were laid out to dry; and on the cliff, leaning against its posts and iron rail, were a score or so of blue-jerseyed fishermen, watching, like the two speakers, the movements of a tall, grey, military-looking man, who had carried a couple of bo...

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

Any description of General Printing .executed in First-class Style with p Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Prie, 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 all.

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A Woman's Pun. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

• 'A Woman's Pun. He said: "' Woman wa- justly ashamed of heriipuns, for they Wvere 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 io such thing ; she could make as good a pun. on any word as fast as any liorrid man:" ' W"Tell," said the sceptical wretch, "make a pun on horse shoe. "If you talk until you're horse-shoe can't ;convince me," said the feebleiiinded .woman. And he died, , "Old hand," ,ho has been rather curtly refused a pint, of colonial nectar on ,tick, is overheard apbstrophising the;:barman thus : -" It was the like of us as made 'the -- country; and now dthese ' -'- Joinny royals who's been out here about a week put on as inuch -----.side as if' they owned 'arf the colony." -A friend'of ours is iotedfor leaving um brellas behind. He can never keel)p one. He lost so many that he determined ...

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Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

Joy is the greater side .of man. Justice is not whatis, but oughtito b. i;; Pride is the conscience of what one is, with out contempt fobotliers. Good will, like a good name, is got by many actions, and'lostby one. . Learn as if you were to live for ever: live' as, if you.were todie to-morrow. "Policr," says Thomas Fu'ler, ' consists in serving God in such a manner as not to off-n the devil." .. The average manis itade up of intelligence and prejudice-mostly of prejudice. .. It is a' fatural'ideal only tbat can touch"the undercurrents of natural trust and aspiration. A reputation is a very good, thing; but no rephtation can take :the place of food, cloth?s' and a house to live in. Pleasant service is:where one knows how to render it skilfully; 'ahd still pleasanter when one can improve upon skillful work.. If any one say 'that:hd has'seena ijust man in want of bread, I answer.that it was in some place where there was no other just man. ? ? recreation, to give real pleasure, must be ...

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

jiinei ' tltion .,i ai g - i..::iy before. : ti?he 1 rch bf &elen ce. Plea tires fii1ign ition other day a than tlk I-iiesa ooo :i:tiliniT 9seyeral' anedtctt ii l nwiiigth po?wer- ' imain ta iongtin u P' ter readn -tlie hiu wife hie te''edei3rly: said N ?w-: 'Al helia, yvou iiy oyietiiso iueS i oniighi.e thit you hear me kissing thle :seirvaIit gir in the otlher room: and you ie h ii .bae a thini itg :oitlio1be to accusc ine f suph a thing.' )ohi Het ry, she replied in pmooth v,;ole; :if ever I imaine, such a thing yotijl neede a doctor within 15 mi)ltes, no iwitter what that book sayn? M'aid- o-f? Ronor o toe- Queen i worth £3000 ta year; but, the djes ?i - pe ses are enorlmo "s. r'? O LET '"IFTQN :,' stee$n*: streeA, , "i ·:;pply4 rsS crr, Quitenselidt 18thl? crh, 1884. AUTUMN AND ýWTR:. MAXTLES. NT EAE EOW SHQWI Ba1l t e new VY,, tshapes and favourite m aterials for the com ag season, for Laes and. Children s :wear? including the follo9iing and many other choice ,esigns--...

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VARIATIONS IN THE QUALITY AND VALUE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

VARIATIONS 'IN THE QUALITY AND r 'o.YALUE OF .MILKo.; . Professor.Sturtevant, heid, of. New York State AgriculturiM Experimaeiit Station,. has been making a few. analyses of othe milkk of svceral breede of cows, iand 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 cairied 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' up6n 'it, often followed by diarrhoea, occasionalyi ending. in death. Jersey milk is also found too rich for infants. Fed ona'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 0the very young of all animals. The curd' 'of Jersey cows Professor Stutevant find...

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What Dr Simms Says. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

Whiat Dr SimmsSays. Ie say that t the marriage of twoil red bi peopl? isil wilplbdiodcelind SofuI~uS, dile.ase?d,o idiotic chillren. Hle ;ays that, good .irls are always thnkin oft the boys peihapis sin ing of hen ·Better to miryi,.wrong than, tno inairy at ill Vwoman think. 1 0 ltnes more of a' net bonnet than a n does oa coit If 'you are~a oung uarin ot peculiai laits marryf a gni' the reverise, but who ,ill let youi have yor tii" ay. lhat people of the sane coloured eyes and hair, tihe ts ie bailu ild.aiddiffi ilexion will have no c iildren.: : reil-h Ii ed lman and a blackl haired ~oma?niiill never have, an idiotic child. Catam rli is very pirevalent licie. It : is al'a11s alccon iied li baIId ilei?ioIy. 1He en st thnt a ;widolw is the neatest tihing on e.; thL to iw6 The chances of a g od looking wido ? are 10I ti aga-inest a sim e girl iuiuns have Badl ex e ni.ece ot aimeli ·4mda kiw h how 1to 'i in:

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Agricultural, &c. CREAM FOR CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 March 1884

CREAM FOR CHEESE. Whether the cream that riseson milk kept over night, says Professor Arnold, can all be utilized in cheese.making depends on the skill of manufacture. If kept so warm that it gets slur, or closely approximates souring, nothing,can save a"large portiohn of it from` ruiding , off with tlid whey. A Whlen cream becomes sour, or nearly so, the globules ad here to each otherso firmly that they can not he fully separated hy' stirring, andthey remain in pellets so large that they rise to the surface in spite of all the cheesemakers .can do,--..When athe.mil k. and* cream .,remain. fresh and sweet this? tenacious adhering of globules does inot ocur anid the cream can be thoroughly reiixei with the milk by btir ring. . • , When the milk is kept in the factory over night andiproperly stirred and. ooled, the sweet cream should be dipped 'off in the morning before the morning milk: is added, and kept by itself till the milk is all.warmed to the desired 'degree for' applying renn...

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