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HOW FAR A FARMER WALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

HOW FAR A FARMIER WALKS. Some one has taken the trouble to find out, says the Orange county, Mion., Farmer, how far a farmer must walk to put in and attend to forty acres of corn. The conclusion is as follows : To plough the ground with a sixteen-inch three horse plough, he travels 35 I miles ; to harrow the ground thoroughly before planting he will have to travel 100 miles; to mark out the same he travels 50 miles; to cultivate it afterwards he will have to travel 300 miles-making a grand total of 800 miles-besides the gathering.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

J B<WIvBRIEF NOTES: boie handl -hi-,uld ba siuallest near the hoe and largest near tle4 otlhr end, ir pitchforkliafi -: lte the rei'cre, says an Amercan jo'irual. Tho writing on zinc labels written at the Newo York Rural grounds six years ago is perfectly distinct now, Uoe a soft lead pencil. There is no necessity to scour the zinc. Milk from uuknown cows should be boiled in order to destroy any possible germs of disease: From recent investigation there seems little doubt that the contagion of typhoid fever may easily be conveyed in milk. A'Santa Barnara correspondent of the Rural Press says to kill cabbage lice, take the fine, dusty soot from the stove or chimney, and sprinkle it over the cabbage plants in the morn ing when they are wet with dew. It will do the business. "t I have no doubt that a sufficiency of water, with frequent stirring of the soil, is the best remedy to rid the strawberry plants of pests," says L. A. Wilcox of Santa Clara, "while neg lect in cultiva...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Raretiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

?".We will not dwell on that point," said the minister;when he sat down upon an upturned tack:: "As to opening oysters," said Old Hurricane, iententiously. "Scotch snuff. " Bring a little bit of it ever so near their noses, they'll sneeze their lips off." A young woman who had been to the " ope iraw," and was putting on airs about it, men tioned the "upper registaw," and her fellow said he would go upstairs and shut it if she wanted him to. Perhaps no man was ever more disturbed by a trifle than the reporter who, concerning the appearance of the belle of a town at a picnic, intended to say, "she looked au fait,'" and fjund the types had it "she looked all feet." A boaster in a hotel was telling of the many sections of the country which he had visited, A fellow at is elbow asked : "Have you ever been in Algebra ? " " Oh, yes !" said the boaster, " I passed through on the top of a stage coach about a year ago," "The land, osy friends," cried an Irish orator the other day at a meeting,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WORK HARD AND TAKE LONG REST. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

WORK HARD AND TARE LONG REST. Work hard, friends, when you do work. Isn't it better to do a certain amount of work in one hour than in.two? Suppose you can spread a certain amount of manure or sow a certain quantity of seed between breakfast and dinner; isn't it better to do so and rest or read during the afternoon than to take the whole day to do the same amount of work? Promptness, sys tom, enthusiasm and a jolly spirit are not seen often enough among farm people. "I am obliged to work from sunrise to sunset,'1 is too often the feeling that oppresses the farm hand. And so labor is diluted, diffused, watered, as it were, to make it go further. We say, work with a will, and quit work early. Go to bed early and with. out the feeling that life is merely a routine of drudgery. We do not believe there is any real economy in working one's-self tired; in going to bed worn out and rising with the dread upon one that the same tedious, mechanical drudgery is again to be repeated. If farmers ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Too Enterprising. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

.,Too Enterprising. " Do you want a repdrter ?" said a knock kneed, shambley, blear-eyed idiot, invading our sanctum. " Staff full," said we. - ' I can strike out a new line," replied the. knock-kneed one, as he leaned on the desk and took a bite from a threepennyiplug of tobacco: ' Everything has been worked out or re gistered by the Vagabond," said we, narrowly avoiding a small deluge of saliva on our boots. :. Hospital been.done ? , chimed i? the knock-kneed, enquiriigly: 1' Worked oiut years ago go aiay nd call soie 'day when we are out; no time` now," we retorted. : : Right? you :are, old::man, a but: I fancy I .could strike out'. something nev if `I went in 'is a patient, chl" "By jove ! so'you could; but'h how could you get in ? asked we. W "hy I get myself irun over, and conceal my symptoms, get taken in a' cab, .doctor sas'Drunk,, or else 'just grazed his conk.' Theni I come back aid die. Then out you come. ?'Revelations' of ahospital patient bya dead nian 1'; circulation-i...

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THE SINKING OF THE EARTH'S CRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

TiH SINKING OF' f TH& IITARIT' The extreme sensitiveness ofthe earthli's crust to any changes in-' he distribuition of: weight' upon its: surface' is, howev b l')Lest ex emplified by those -local depositions and re=. movals of matter'which have attracted more general attention at, the present day. The chief of these is the transfer of, matter by river action to large tracts, and its accumu %latidonin such limitedi areas as plains, estua-: 'ries?a"id'deltas Bori~gsI of 400 'to 500 feet have shown tlhat these often consist of long :successions.of. slits, which alternating layers 'of shliells- and "of vegetable matter prove to have been deposited at or. near.the sea-level, aud the Wealden and eocene formations in the: British:area zshow that- such accumula :tions may exceedl,000 feetin thickness. In the case of'deltai, 'subsidence must keep pace almost foot by foot with the` accumulation, and be confined to the area over which the sediment is being "deposited, for any more rapi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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It Didn't Affect His Legs. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

It Didn't Affect HIS Legs. Alady. called upon a medical gentleman in Melboiurne tieother day and described the ailments of her husband. He seemed to have got: a severe cold uponr hiin, and had complained for several days of having' a severe paih in the head. The doctbrlistelied attentively,'and then said-r - " Pooh; my dear madam; this is liothing: Just soak his feet overnight in mustard and hot water rind give hii-- a stiff glass, of hot gr6g befoi'e he retire for' the Aiight. Come again in three days and let me know how he is getting on." Three days later,' the lady. reappeared., "W ell ?" queried the medico, ".did you carry out myinstructions ?" " Yes," said the lady. - "Anid hieve'they been beneficial?" " Well, sir," replied the lady, unhesitat ingly; "the hot grog seemed all right, bit the mustard and water took no effect.'r ".Dear me; that's very stranae." " So my husband said, because he's been talking this long time of buying a new pa tentipair of cork-legs, instead of the w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Daring Escape from Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 April 1884

Daring Escape from Indians. The most famous of all the escapes of New England captives from Indians was that of Hannah Dunston, Mary Neff, and a boy, Samuel Leonardson. 'These three were carried off, with many others, in 1697, in the attack on Haverhill, Mrs. Dunston's infant child having been killed by the Indians. When the captors had separated, the party to whom the two women and the boy were assigned en camped on an island in the Merrimac river. At midnight, the captives secured hatchets and killed ten Indians-two men, two women and six children-one favourite boy whom they meant to spare, and one badly wounded woman, escaping. After they had left the camp, the fugitives remembered that nobody in the settlements would believe, without evidence, that they had performed so redoubt able an action; they therefore returned, and scalped the lndians, after which they scuttled all the canoes on the island but one, and in this escaped down the Merrimac, and finally reached Haverhill. This...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

News and Notes, We paid a visit, to Drysdale and Port arlington on AMon.:ay last, and the signs of prosperily all ro.l:un' ne' very good. espe ci ally in the latter place. The steamers.E~ - celsior andciGe!ogn ar. tradiug ,there, ,aud. botioh boats arrived within half an hotir :of each, other. Next'. seison :Howard Smith's new boit vill be laid on dailyj and the Gec long.will be used;asacargiboat. ?The fares are reilly what is known as-popular; The place is not laboring ufideri the s ame disad-. vanitages as .we areatere` for .istance, you can travel.all rounid the b-y amid?'iickE-a soritoflhorse shoe triipifor"2s 6d; iand tyet if. you wv? it to go to Ml.elbourne, ? ?portion:;,of; the distance, it is 4s; if you live on Queens cliff. ' By the look of things iit willtnot be' long before Portarlingtbona!s formied irito:' ,borough. Tenders;are ont,?-not the, smd~as' ours, in the Lau&d of :l rmise-for ektendingi ,the jetty.?:50o feet, :this will allow deep 'ranghted steaniers to,...

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Ball at the Morrodoc Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

Ball at the 'Morrodoc Hills. .The first 'ball 'ever helliat the dio olIoc Hills came off last week and was an imP mense ,sucess.:l, It was-given' by the Murru doe Quadrille Assembly, and was held in Mri Lee's new. woolshed, which. he kindly lent .for the occasion. 'The scene looked quite gay wheni the room was 'brilliantlylighted up with Chinese lanterns and draped'with fes toons of *evergreen and floral ornaments. The ladies dresses did credit to the taste of the wearers. IDancing commenced 'at 8.30, and was: kept up with enthusiasm till day light. The supperwas everything that couia 'be desired. Several ladies and gentlemen favored the companywith songs between the dances and were highly appreciated, espe cially ýthe' songs ' Golden love' and 'For ever,' both of iwhich were given by Miss L. Stephens, and exceedingly 'well rendered. 'Miss A. Glegg sang the song I'm o'er young to manrry yet,' with truie Scotch pathos. which quite charmed the company.' The song' olb of black, tea' wa...

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Terrific Explosion. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

Torriflc Explosion., There i a lady' who hins iiSt. lmtrned a les son tl"idt 'ill last ýher a ,lifotinie , She his. beeni for years wearing papsr brigs, suchi as' rroceris usc . for bustles. The paper is .stiff, and'sticksoittt'splendidly,and makei the diess set weil.' List sunday .ýiorniug, : ,while she Was'dres?ifig, her young sn g t:i tlerooi. and blew `the pap?k biag 'fll (of wihd, and .tied the string, around. the mouth of it, iand uni left it in a chair.'' The gobod 'ldytookli it and tried it on, aiiid dressed for chnurch. As the idy.Lanher husl and u ent down the, aisle the miuiistei'.was reading?a ahymn about S'Sounding the Loud Hosanna,' and the lady wenit into the pew first, and sat idown, while .lcr .hnsband was putting .his hat on. tlhe floor. There was a report like distant thun: :der. You ha e heard how those confounded paper bags explode when :boys blow them uip;f and crish them? between their hanids.. well. it wraus worset tha? t and everybody looked atthe tinnoce?t,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

TO, THE. EDITU1i.i : wi with i at at' 19da `h}1i1ng mt1Rii to do. wvith' leat'aitl ' d aslb?_Yn '; `'": !(Eat it.-ED i:,SEN'TINE L.) .~· F ORESTERS E H LL, QUEENS LIF? A GR:A TNDVOCAL ; .D INSTRUMENTAL. CONCERT '; ° Will be helldin.the above Hali on 'SATURDýAY EVENING-NEXT ;12th'April In aid of the Funds of the Wesleyan S-Sabbath School' "- - SLEADING AMATEIJRS from Melbourne, Gee?long ry sdale, ian Queenscliff, have .kindly consentel to takd e ipa-it'. r 'THE QUEENSCLIEFF BRIASS,. BAND, Under. the leaderships of Mll RIobson,' will also perforim. The .ion:,E: ~F1;Beaver,i lM:L,:; wil lpre= side. SPiogramme. . J. . | 1. Musical selection.:: Quenscliff Brass , 2.. Song-Golden lore. .:':. l:Miss Priddle 3. Song .'' i.MrGeo.Baillieu 4: Solo, piano-Les Eiroudelles,:.Miss Holt 5. Duet, rociil-Elfin Call,; Misses'Lewis. 6. Song Waiting;, ':. Miss .E. Powell 7.; SongOuri.Jack's come home; Mr .Cottier :8. Song-Once sagaine.. , Miss Kellow .9 Solo, piano-Slave dince, Miss iPowell' Part II: 1 ...

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Borough Council. Monday, 7th April. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

Borough Council. Monday, 7th April. Present-The Maiyor, Crs Arkins, Baillieu, E-ley Jainic?'l esuon,? :and Siin? . o(ii.' *1liea toy ii cleiflrV rei a a1 iiiarge •irlnnuiitdc :i corresponidenee; the' gist' of. whichd, hasi. alead iippeaired ,?i our , colulins :. A letter w:as:rieadfi:oi thne hlire'- of OXly , king thel cOuncil to 'ioeliaitc in the sulppressibn' of wax "imatehes by tdt of Pnrliai ient,,nfid allobir oii; *safety,; miiatches :=to. be :used.: ilIn Sr ar.id ,ito tennis couitS;. Cr. Sirspsof ail l that an estimate oif ,cost held been rcpaied, but thie protmoters' Would: not g iioon it' .thlie: movement iuntil'thie o i 'et?.to allotioci'. tie to d so, V N reply hIied been received :bye the, councibl .. Petition grab ieceived "b.forfisher=' mnien and others, objecting to the 'goods sheds on the whaif,, being locked' . r 'Simporn said the shed had beeni' .built for theogeneiral luse of the public. It ii is `locked becausethe ownemriof.? the, Spray had Esome minateriall' ther...

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"SO UNREASONABLE OF STEPMOTHER!" A SKETCH FROM LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

"SO UNREASONABLE OF STEPD MOTHER 1" A SKETCH FROM LIFE. Not.long before the death of George Eliot, on a return trip to London by the Midland route, I broke my journey at Leicester, to pay a flying visit to Coventry, where the greater writer had spent many of her hap piest days, There I was privileged by having for escort one of her most valued friends; and many interesting reminiscences were for our benefit called to mind, especi. ally of a visit paid to Edinburgh, "mine own romantic town," and of the impression the beauty of its situation had made on her mind. Next morning, every favorite haunt of hers was searched out and commented on, as well as the interesting points of the quaint old city of Coventry; and bidding good-bye to our hospitable friends, I departed alone by the evening mail for Leicester, feeling satisfied that the hours had been well spent. Arrived in Leicester, I was fortunate in finding a fellow-countiyman in one of the porters, who at once took me and my be longi...

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FEIGNED INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

FEIGNED INSANITY. Various cases of simulated madness are re corded from the time when it was feigned by Ulysses to 'avoid joining the Greek army in the expedition against Troy; but ihi civil life, they have nearly all been confined to persons who have pretended to be insane with 'the' view ofr being acquitted of crimes for ;which they have been charged, and it was on this account assumedby Guiteau on his trial 'for the assassination of President Garfield. ,Comnmon soldiers and sailors-have also simuilated, mental aberration, not oily. for the'same,'object, but.to escape from.the service.. The facts concerning these malinger ing cases are seattered 'through? several medico-psychological publications, and :al thoiigli' none appear to furnish us with any. thing like an.exhaustive account of them, an approximate' full collection of such are ob tainable frbmin Bikiiiill and Take's Mamuial o` Psychological faedical. (fourth edition, Lon don, 1879); .Taylor's .Medical jurisprudence (third ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BETSY BOTHEREM. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

BETSY BOTHEREM.. A TRUE STORY. By GEoRGE R. SIMS. I have long. had the' idea of printing" the following touching story as a leaflet or tract for distributiori by. the profession among the-; atrical missionaries, but I feel that its'sphere of usefulness will' be considerably larger if .I let it appear as a 'contribution'to "THE EiRA ALMANACK;"': :The ladies and&'geiitlemen'of the profession can. then distribute the. Al manack, and the able efforts of others. will, aid me to carry 'a ray of'sunshine into the darkened corners of the theatrical missionary heart. When I first knew Miss Betsy Botheremshe. was:a pale-faced, dejected-looking' young woman,.and she dressed in the dowdiest way.. imaginable. Her boots had no heels to them, and her gloves were too big for her, and the ends of the fingers were twisted up into ugly little lumps. Miss Betsy, too, was given to sighing and groaning, especially when she saw' me, for 'I was a dramatic author and Miss Botherem was a theatrical '...

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ABOUT STUBBORN PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

ABOUT. STUBBORNN PEOPLE., You hint to ; some young ifriend, to whom you are nearly enough related to be justified in doing so, that thedinne'r o which lih has invited you, withi:sevdieralothrs is unlieces sarily fine, is somewhat extravagant; is;-be-' yond what'hecaue afford.:I The young friend asks you back again in a week or two,, and sets before.you.a.feast.oLsalt., herrings aind potatoes. Now, the fellow did not run into this extreme witli the honest intention of doing right. He knew perfectly well that this was not ivwhat you meant. He did dot go through this piece.of folly in. the sincere desire. to. avoid the ,other error of extrava g a n c e . . .. . Or, you are a siib;urbanclergyman. :Youo are annoyed, Siffidy fterSunlday,"by a lout of a lad, who,; from enthlusiasmn; or ostenta tion, sings so loud in church as to disturb the whole congirgation.: 'You hint, to him,' as kindly as you can, that there is 'something very pleasing about the softer tones of his voice, and that you...

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THE SQUATTER'S FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

STHE SQUATTER'S FOOL. * '"I am'looking 'fora stray, hore," said a man, stopping at the house of "a settler, and addressing a native who came out and leaned on the low fence. " What sorter horse " " Sorral, with a white star in his forehead." ." How long'she been gone ?", ":Abob?, a day?andia half."! "'Good work nag ?" . "First rate." -" Wanter swap'hii fori 'bfttenii?"n - " No, I believe not." S"White star in lhis forehead, yer say 1" "'Yes.-" -..... . ,w.. ... . ..-.. .. ..:. :,.... " An' yer don't wanter swap him ?" "No, I believe inot."' " Certain he's a good work nag ?" " Of course I am." "An' yer don't wanter swap him fur a better one?" "Here, my friend, I haven't time to talk such nonsense. I ,want.to know if you have seen anythig 'of th'e kind of horse I des cribed." " Why didn't you say:so ?", . " I did." "Yer didn't. Said that's the kind o' hoss yer was lookin' fur, but yer didn't ax ef I'd seed him." :"Excuse me, for I intended to. He got loose, and I have looked for, him ...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. DORKING. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION ... DORKING. Though th pretty little townf fDorking, :situated in" Suirrey, is hardly as popular or familiar to tourists and 'excurs'onists as those placesswhich:can be reached by'a direct line; of railway, ,few ,who have' paid a. visit there. will forget the pleasure they experienced, or the cbarn'exercised by the beautiful scenery lying'around the town, whichitself is situated in a hollow, shaded by undulating hills. An artist's pencil alone, could do justice to the scenery which spreads from Dorking up. to Leith Hill, from whose summit a view is obtainable which the eye would never weary of resting on, and which has formed the sub. ject of many an exquisite picture; whether softened by the tender grey ,shadows. of twilight, or' the blui iiist of early moriing, or lying in the 'full blaze 'of the noontide' sunshine. :. 'The great object ."of interest. visited by travellers is a wonderful waterfall near Leith.Hill, the water falling in ,glitter ing cascadesa from i...

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A BONA FIDE BID: A FACT [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 12 April 1884

A BONA FIDE BID: A FACT Not maniy years backi, in an old country ' town gAn auctioneer lived of some little renown; His connections were ge, and, as mightbe ' k 'expected, .. He was by his neighbours most highly re spected. He was chosen one year to the office of mayor And filled with distinctioni the corporate chair, Gave capital dinners-inost: excellent plan To succeed in becoming a popular man I He feasted the sheriff,, the judges, the bar, Alderman, councillors, aid was by far: The most popular mayor that the old country town For a great many years had assuredly known. Although short in stature, his temper was shorter, Which could be as easily heated as water; Whil.t 'holding afn auction, if any one joked him He would give up the sale, it so. sadly pro voked him. It happened one day ('tis a capital tale) He had rather a large miscellaneouis sale Of. all sorts of things, chairs, carpets, and. * rugs, Bedsteads and tables, bools, pictures, aid mugs. . * i : i The Corn-Hall 'ws the...

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