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THE LATE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
THE' LATE:. RAILWAY A C1DENTS. We- have :not gien a 'sensaition.a headingfo tokhe above, as they have liow beomie a :eoiun on occurrence.. :It seems; idii?dibl?!that; tlie mail.ster 'of :a iraily h stati'n should i1ea e a dullld lin charge of:f sui ch a, responsilbc positidid d;o thathercould attend a social gathlci in. le ligriaphel to ?, tWeiribee Line clear,' instead of ' Line not elea'.' And gave Driver Kitchen the staff which entitled him to proeced. It was.. his safety ticket: that all was clear along the. line, and it was foundl grasped in his liand when lie iis picked up: dead afteri the collison, showing that he had done his du lut' thouthli. orie had blundered.: :? he: passengei train' had not: proieeded imore than two miles alOiigthe line ;ieforiOraik, the engine driiver :iwas li iiiitied to: see, shiiiiig ;,hiough the.l iisty irin, ,thel lightsa of an appi oachiig loconiotivie :niowiloig the line iwas a 'ingle iif?e those who.lvere in cilig of both tifimns dial 'ill in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
Skinn?y mien " Wlls' liealthieinewrr: restores calt hand vigoi', : ces:dvspesind itiinotence deiility; Mose: Iris, .i'IMoss3 & Go.; S diiey General Agents. C .C'?C? . SIMPSON Ph.'.rmaceutical S Chemist & Agent° for; forthe a ent?i for the Airgus Age, ?Telegraph, '3 EMEDY' FREE !--A ictiln of 1 yrouthful iiprudence causing Pre ni-ituieDecyy N.Ner-vous Debility,: Lost Mlinhood having ti'ied in vain every known remedy, lias discovered ii simple ::self-cure, :,which he. will send FREE to his fellow siufferlers:- 4 ddesi -J ? ": REErEVS 'Esq. 43 'thamin street, New York City Families Waited on. Shipping Supplied. SMILEY AND CO., Wholesale and Retail ' Grocers, WINE AND SPIRIT MEROHANTS HESSE STREET, nQuoenscliff. T; o L( ' F SIt ,ad, . n dwellin at ,the, corni or l'ilercer `nd Stokes 'slree. Good' ite for0 'anmy 1inies."s Apply J. «'il iutliis, Hdsseesticete: Qticeeciff. T 0o LET, " CLIFTON," Stevens street,. "'. lApiily Mi Scoii?, (A Qnei eiff:M. . h: Milarch 1 4". , X G...
THE CEMETERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
THCECE METERY. TO THE EDITOII. :Si,---The writer of the article on the:? cemetery seemed more desirous of haviari a flip at the iianagers than of effecting dniy inimediate ieform. Although :it was known; and in fact reported, that the trustees had met and resolved to spend :all the money `:available ii inmi provements, still the article must needas applea', to' have a cut- at some one or other. It seems desired also to oust sonie of the trustees.. but this 'cannot be done except at the instance of some of. the,,denominations wuhich they repre selnt. Even presuminig that the balance in hand is spent' in the direction': re qui.ed, still thisd ill not be nearly sufli dent to do all that is wanted.; It is several yeais since we had arny Go" wernment aid, but with the limited means at, .their disposal much has been done by.: tlie nmanagers. Thre'e sides of the ground have, been newly fenced, at a large, expense, and the fourth put in' good repair, and 'lately, as :,is- known;n the; e.tia...
Lines on the New Ship Valetta, [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
Lines ,on the, ",New Ship Valetta, By a p'issoiier from Albany, iho landed 'at Qncenseliff, 31st, March, 'Twas night The loidly gr and Va . : t toa rode ancho in Aloan s lovely bay, , I left my W est Austiliahn aior e :: 'go on board at nigl t, and iwished it ;ay. A .beitli?'t lenigth I found, b?t 3Mor o ph?us still lcfused.to bowv, obsequious to my. vill. A ;supper of chitmpagiie .we'd had that T iTio ;bid',a kiiudl skippei faire hin ?ell. I:The. wine. was good, the speeches 'gay aid bright; Thei steiue,"sotiiided our deparitie's Iknell. With 1Bishop Pariy.ii a launchb.I rode To gain Valetta's marble-lined abode. 'An ,incient colleague .from old Eng land' s laind I hailed :as comnradle, in the early' ..morn.: Last; time I saw hiin in the crowded Strand Of London's city. Now he, was :re .born; Episcopalian honoirs steeled his heart, He greeted i ,l irdvances: ith a star ?t. Swift flies the ship. The time is grow ing short, 'Ere little - Queenscliff welcomes ime Returned i from exile...
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 5TH APRIL, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
SAT URDAY, 5TH AR l T, `1884. DEEP soliO 15- Ifiihgh?=n,] :Dplees; ?fnd titii io the onefiil -heptwod rffuel +.hii+zio ; a c :.fo : i .,ipeA sorr he'n the' l?e?ia 'aO!i i ll het pe l lea'o' ay 1C11 gt Flo n .c-neF of the Empie to the othrri aiid icve?ry pmtrl itothe 'syinpatiy riis ne:in Itt i~ ello to marls. itons a r'sot? t is a sign ofl n, t iual:ntlb 'rV en i ?. arenilisties WI? di ae, ot druolit, or otliir afllicli s"wvou us, 'e come ,toitlie i e . is )o e n1 iian 'dff1!9 ,ri i i 'i? I. rher ? '? ? ?? "t " t , C , "C.lt d ti' tietst i'sr not hiouiselvysC1 i ifts ito101 *, 6,i,? , ' . 1,' " ?+.1 . '- , , }: r:.y ?, Q@ti',i+iat s won dy h..n. , t and bit. m.uie s¢to r rstl it i hetr lielle And the; s.et f eof sorr il1 io i aothV iti :: 1 i'niLeopold whoh ieitedot hi' ,i(iov? ri - n ot 'ro ,l ,>bipodl of hi+ h • " citii o pra.ti al , Wthou obf excellent spe'ei?i dtad. -l,-Tie Voun get ' L ih' , Qiueen s sols he l aid; not lived meiely to wear ,aiiweont id tohi e in ai, hoiuses ...
News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
( V til OC enin)ii i rll issue tetii oh di ,'i C otiti diwors and ,oti l i0 rs ae iequted to oralrd l:tlair~ll clli ?arlvi 1 t .e wee.. k-so ' to s'cPi P C~'r isia = oL n se e 1 11. n Sain d&lt;t. et Of ,nO? : oi ,li oltrt " t Vtilli' ltOit !"ilhel ti lied xti tith i co?ate in thye week El1e Sfi1 eG a iistoa 1 unired compou Kitor, and `,that p~aei cani fake r'opv upnl totiaate;hou ablit4a ti1 e uneibuildi i o~biiscliff? b.lt,?' ies~,.? . .. tim?;? ii-ua~ hyilearnl?=at t i- sond 0 office. - oftie ntiiie sta f is. cliot o Ot We niust hlar copy in eanl d eFomn tlWeitl toethe I etloApi1O -n e.t . trin willleve Qceralnseliff 'rat,12 on ri:,nditf; reurn :hottim Geeloen ; at Tis arl wich wiee lyinfi?e , the, ~ier ev ~~ie~'i' buoen nito on ý.'Thusriday mnghtf'~ nnt rtei'otusifled. +'1'iapea ieiitd occiedgtuo one of the h e? ; .. ? m ": e t ~s , t h l e r w a ,r d '. l o r .-t hl e : o r n v c- = Aiti-eiv'neihn ilanst'iee? of f"-,h Buy i? ie'eel'le' chai?aftei,. a tliore anno se bion...
THE TOPHAM MEADOW LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
THE TOPHAM MEADOW LOT. "Old 'Liph'let's agoin' fast,"' said Uncle Cyrus Toothaker, in a tone which revealed his pleasure at telling a bit of interesting Snews, although he endeavored to impart to Sit that solemnity which the nature of the news seemed to demand. He had lounged into the blacksmith's shop with an imperturbable face and manner, as one who has no desire for social intercourse, but the initiated knew at a .glance that he had something to tell. Uncle Cy's announcement was received with general surprise. "You don't say so, nowl I heard last week that he was no better and no worse, and that seemed kind of encouragin'," said Jacob Pettigrew, the blacksmith, who was renowned for a cheerful view of things. Deacon Grimes, the store-keeper, had just dropped in, trade being dull with him and lively at the blacksmith's, as it often was on rainy forenoons. "It's a terrible solemn occasion," caid he, rubbing his hands with the air of being especially fitted to converse on the subject...
FLATTERING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
FLATTERING. ~;Buddy hat been married two weeks and has left his; wife.. ]Bundy is a.liti man, and.: hi wife weigh l twohundred tad forty: pounds,.andwas the relict of the lat6 Simon`. Stubbs. About. ten:. days after. marriage, Bunidy was surprised on awakening. in the mormng,'ito find his better'half sittirig up inu bed crying as if her; heart would break. As tonished, he asked the cause, of her sorrow, ,but, receiving no reply, he began to surmise that there must be some secret oonher mind, that she ?withheld from him, that was the cause of her anguish, so he remarked to Mrs. B. that, as they were married, she should tell.. hini the cause of her grief, so, if possible, he could avert it, and, after considerable coaxn , inig, he elicited the followiilng from her i " Last night I dreamed I was single, and as I walked through a well-lighted street I came to astore where a sign in front advertised husbands for. sale. Thinking it .curious, I" entered, and iranged along the wall on eithe...
BULWER'S LOVE AFFAIRS. AN EPISODE WITH A PRETTY GIPSY WHO WANTED TO MARRY ON PECULIAR CONDITIONS—THE NOVELIST'S ATTACHEMENT FOR LADY CAROLINE LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
SBUWI n ' mean, se crie impetuosly. AN EPISODE WITH A PRET~TY GIPSY WHO: WANTED TO. MARRY ON PECULIAR CONDI' ýTIONS-THE NOVELIST'S ATTACHMENT FOR LADY CAROLINE LAMB. but not Seemingly published autobiography of' .don't mean ar-Lytts youmean-maiage accordesting facts about that. peculiar character. Before leaving' Cambriclge'he had enriched his' eitp& rieince" with. some :vacation~ advenitures;" in: to yourig fashion; encountever withu a hightofwayman, that nigbut in marry mle ?ly ctag r. . :an atum . .". ' How is that ] . :...",' : " ' Yon willm break a piece of burnt eart with ae- tile, for gipsytin- iiWhose campt he spent five or six days of rom~anrtic dalli *ance: "One mormnin she was unusuallysilent and'reserved. I asked moher's rproahesenfe. ulThal, whyl she was so coldIti "not longl me,' she said, abruptdigly, 'telldf yome antruly, do you love me efore, how could I sta you ? .. .." ' " " " • .. : ,, Poor, dear child-for child, after all, she: was do indears and iAnd so...
GOOD READING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
GOOD READING. Reading without purpose is sauntering, not.. exercise. More is got from one book on whichl the thought settles for a definite end in kniow= ledge, than from libraries. skimmed over by a : wandering eye. A flower gives honey tothe' bee; a king's garden none to the butterfly. Feelings are like chemicals-the more you analyse them the worse they smell. So it is? best not to stir them up very mnuch,-onli enough to convince oneself that they are offen sively living-and then look away as far as pos sible out of oneself for a purifying power; and that we know can only come from Him who - holds our hearts in His hands, and can turn us whither He will;. The social Cassandras who hope that they are taking no liberty, but think it right they should express to us their conviction that we ought to reduce our expenditure, to be more circumspect as to our investments, and gener ally to make larger and wider provision for a rainy day, are, in reality, as much gratifying a mischievous p...
A GREAT SINGER'S RISE AND DECLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
A GREAT SINGER'S RISE AND DECLINE. Anecdotes of .Mario are very plentiful at present. One of the Paris miinsical critics tells us how once on a time the famous tenor was singing at an aristocratic party that delicious ballad by Alary, S Viens au bois, ma belle reine, Au bois 1a bas ou tout fleurit, :Ad it was remarked that a young and pretty English gir listened asin a venritableecstacy, gquiteforgetting thahgwasob erved When Mariio began the second verse, Ah! viens an bois, felle maitrasse Au bois sombre et mysterieux, The girl jumped up, and, reaching out her hands, cried in a passionate voice, "Je viens,! Je viens !" (I am coming !) I heard Mario.uidertake to sing this iden tical ballad in a concert given in Boston on the occasion of his last visit to America. Carlotta Patti, Annie Cary, Teresa. Carreno and others had charmed the audience, and finally the great "gentleman tenor" of other days appeared. He was greeted with fran tic applause, and began, in most beautiful style, Vie...
Lizzie's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
Lizzie's Farewell: Oh! he s gone, and I'm so sad and lonely; lHe has left me to ciross the wide sea, BuatI thiink, oh ! I think of him only, And I know he is thinking of me. Yes, he's gone, and I'm now sad anid lonely, And my eyes I in sorrow must wipe, SBut I think, oh ! I thiink of him only, A-peelin' of 'taturs and tripe. 2 29I,
NOTES ON MADAGASCAR. HOW THE HOVAS DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
NOTES ONT MADAGASCAR. BY GARNET WALSH. HOW THE HOVAS DRESS. The costume worn by the upper-class Hovas is sometimes very picturesque. The men wear trousers of white drill, .gaily, printed:calico, tweed, undressed silk, black cloth,,or almost any other 'iiaterial which hits their faniy, or comes within their means. Generally, for every day, their dress is very expensive, whilst on state occasions it is rich, not to say gor geous. A gay-colored Crimean or whiteshirt is worn, but neither collar nor necktie i; white socks and shoes are worn by those holding the highest hon'ors. Very good boots and shoes are made at Antananarivo, but for exceptional occasions most men of consequence have their. London or Paris-made boots. The' lamba is' to a Hova what a coat is to a European, and lo man is ever seen outside his enclosure without one.' The garment is about two yards wide by three or four and a 'half yards long, and is made of every conceivable mate rial. The more expensive lambas are'manu ...
ENGLAND THROUGH FRENCH GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
ENGLAND THROUGH FRENCH GLASSES. John Bull is an important personage, whom one meets in every corner of the globe.' He is chiefly remarkable for rosbif, cricket, the morning cold tub, the fifty-mile walk, and the hit from the' shoulder which he alone knows how.to give. John Bull's wife, when she is pretty; is 'an angel, of beauty without her equal, on earth'; bdit when she is not pretty, she has dull eyes, prominent teeth, and no expression what ever. But in John Bull's daughters there is some consolation. The belle brunette of France -walks out beside her lover with downcast eyes; even in the' country she picks her steps on high heels, crowned with a, fifty-franc hat, and encumbered with a silken gown. See, on the other hand, the blonde English Miss going out to play lawn tennis, simply dressed, with her hair in a knot under a straw hbat that cost next to nothing, and on her feet thick-soled shoes. Coming home again, she will devour her dinneri without shame. She. prizes health abov...
BAILLIEU HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
S BAILLIEU HOTEL.:' Hon. David Moore and Mrs Moore aýnd ' hmily C"- olonel Walker, R.A. ~ir and Mrs Blcndell ?ind family-'*-: :. ' , '. Vilt and. fii ily :: , , Davies , "Graliam; Leehh 0 .Mises Henty 0 Grady, KPfMr 'Jennings . ' 'MCssrai LiLws, Dnrm'iil.eant 1Wyenn' c Johnsoni, 'lark, Moriy p u ^__i____ , s*krr'
VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
ýli;b; ' : :VIS-OtS1 L0 b, : ' Mr, and'rsW. 1. edlya ;.- t. . Goller. : . . . s, W's"? rs .LeI n Foi a, dl.awi or ildSn G:ltchouse ' :i . s, r Bailey I'.S *.ct, e ,l ^^"l c !'* lhalEn mpin^^ . a'" hrtjn,"' in' nei Smilli' ichi. s .i " ,: . ,rs. Coh o a, • ', . "" :" : . " I : ...^Miss Colhen . M c Messrs MneLTchl'ui Formnn, Eonald,:Snm ';' mcrs. Silfi·dc.l '.nctt, Islacsou, ii, lv le,: ________________________;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
myi vi a wj i 'l OLU HTIN`Y--` PainterszF P1um 11 Ipi Veiietian: Bliuids. piht ^ Wuelhe ad oils, i S 11 c wind ; 4 Ipoutingi iuinp cA ' pii es, 11Venetian Blinls .uilntcdl Gnd1 epaid [ifiW i kit i r - -.;d : mIGtiay 7 e ici]) & ; -, . *? Ak^ Blllli Kdsif let lt i 0. 1R1EPOSI1ORX 'nId 1OYDEPOT, 10 l I i lae -. if-op i n d Ilfs tiet l b eens u r e t ey di fi l the e i ^ ¶ hshrncnt 'i ln.ir ng aLaeork hl dh e qr, N . SA~i~l inio teaflonLadi t I on n·a;fFin e ra is t btaione i MnpletMOestock n hand lof a SX.gvilsire spectf Ilcitdd.V¼:i Iiac , ^ S I; r EI21 flc. 3 iTher nB j *ibn isllt es:- : , thie-. oadtd ori6,cwt iAllb rders *l^' Bya' thoiowrli r-1;nowlegie of ©tlmlnathil£lwshich goe t: he ope hif'ndigetion and un 4it~iouanmd b3 a; eniful application subtle maladiesiefloati o S rade N . L r en t 1 8 8 . ; _XcHl+ Bf:j H E N, L E WVHOLE)SALE 48'AD TF'AM[LYbGROCER , , ine' andi Spi rit Cerohant, ,,R I Sai inofeiff,??li :iFind White-L' g LI1 8 j.: lo'ibneless Cod . ;, ,, iackrd, r...
DARK DAYS. A STORY OF LIGHT. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
DAER DAYS. A STORY OF LIGHT. By G. MAInILLE FNN.` GCHATEE VI. "Well, old fellow, how go the experi ments ?" " 1Slowly-slowly," said Barry, looking up from his table where he was busily watching :the effect produced by some liquid upon a ?.' glass plate which he had just then carefully .. " lowered into its place. "Slow and sure wins, you know. But are you making progress?" 69 That 1 cannot say, only that I keep on getting very near, as I think, to success, and then find something standing in the way." "' But you are giving up everything for this, Dick. Is it wise ?" " You might say that to every man who has devoted himself to the task of discovery. Lusmore, old fellow, that's rather worldly." S"Why worldly ?" "Because it smacks of the world's judg ment upon a man who strives as I am striv ing. It he succeeds he is a hero; if he fails he is a fool for wasting time in chimeri cal pursuits. Steam and electricity were chimeras once. Now they rule the world." : Yes, but I don't like my o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884
ny description of General Printing executed in First-class Style wi IAn Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, at the Office of 1 W W this Newspaper. ; In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low 'Quotations .fo:a-. *^*ff1}^1/-_ _ ---- »,,,-**. *1 ·111 ** .* .**i .i *...-.*i *1· -.1 - - * - - - '-- ---- - . . _ '11 I· III I I II I II I I '! '1 '' '* . .l : -Large Ad e tise*me, t