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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 21 November 1885

"BY W. P. CARR. POSITIVE SALE ;OF THE-, Magnificent SOEVY : ESTATE, Nea rl1 5000 ticres most desirible land, nt :' : le .for COUNiRY RIBDSIDEN( E: , ':RM'iS,' S ARtDENSand aiOClialiDS. - S ouctlsand:Lauid sit uate in ?Moonrbool strocr :the leadiin thiiorulihfare of.Geelong, Cottages, etc; Vi :P. : CARR has received 'V:, I - . iiistruciions from the Executrix and xect.tors of; the latcW. R. IT. W,:ekr" Eq.;, 1 1., to sell by .auclioni (in conjunction with -the Land Exchange and A rncy Company. : Limited,' Colitis-street, l[Hlbhournc) at two, o'eldck on Wednesday, 9th. Deccmber," at f li*k's-Hotel Geelong ow TIe'!yholi of the well known andd beautiful estate of'Chevy,.in:; lots: to suit purchas.: er!sit~ uatnie nine miles fromn Geelong, and aboti an equal.distance from the salubri o?usi and fashionable watering place, Q.. eenscliff. It consists principally- of, ' laud of the finest describtijn for shep. -"for agriculture, for orch rds, or the culýi vation of the vine; ,xtensive fronta...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

y ,blie Notices SDVERlISER wishes to i coiispond ,. with a young lady, with some means be ?.?es good lo'ks, with a view to ie r ninri 'Adver tiser is possessed of;great ea-: pectations and a-silky moustache which has n vei known a'w izoi Cr.tes `exh'a?li d: cabine s preferred Address YZ, the Baracks, Qneenscliff. OST. oni Friday "0oh rust beti wn Speringy and Qneenschff black silk parasol, iniiias:H S: on haidle .:Find re wardedI. Apply office of this paper. TDUBL( LIBRARY I AN READING; £ROOM ` Offers will be received at the Library fo 14 days foi spare volumes, at pier lot oftei; for the pose of making room for :new wierks By oder. R JORDAN "8th T&vcmber, 188'5. Lawn Tenni CSEAON TICKETS, for Six Months ,2'froi the 1st November,°1885, L Can bobtained from the Lessee atth Se'ntinelOffic. FOR SALE~ mfHE -Covernment Allotment of Land adjoining:i??i? Biook'. and M, ..ar: :tiwoods properties, ,having , r,:, ontge to L ing sheet and".,`.Swanstoný, sh'eet, having a fine view ofthe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

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Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Melbourne to Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

ITICTORIAN RAILWAY TIME TABLE.: Melbourne to Geelong . : 830 a m Arrives 8:10 a m Leaves 11110 at. I 12.57:p..1 3lelbourueo t4.15p m I Geelong 6 d 2 p.I ~ I 8.22pm. S'Ge long to Ballamt 8 2 ati m Arrives . 10.30a m Laveslr 1 pi at , 3 .20 m Geeloilf 58 l.Ip in lBllarat 5805 p m 8.37 .m. 102 5po.m. llsarat-to Sta5well Ballaat de)' a .mO ai 3.45. pm LO.40p m. Staiwcll arr. li i Lii u~r2 38 pm;n 7.55~p.m 2.33 a; Stawell to Ballarat. 'wnell dep.8045 aif.m 1O.45 aim.l3 p m ;9.30 p ; ndllarat arr.10'1 a.m.,3.10pm., 8.43 p.m., 1.28iam Ballarat to Geelong o s 635a~m, Arrives" 8,30 am Leive' ' ~11.30 a m at 1:39~ 'islslarit 'J41i6pm Geelong B.f .5p 710 pp.m Geelong to Melbourne 8.40a. I Arrives 1015 a.M' Leaves 154pm at 3 41 .np Geelong t(8 40 p.m I Melbourne eS30ps J 915p m J10 40p.m: Geolong to Cainperdown, 850am rd Leaves A pm j, at 88 pm$ Geelong 3 5 , mrdown1 11.10pm On Saturdays the last trauin to Camperdown leaved' 'Ohelong at 9;10' p i. Camperdowuto Geelong am n Arrives a' , Ieaves~ ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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The Dog Didn't Run. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

The: Dog' Didn't Run. I Tlike a lawsuit, he said.as he entered .the'CCntral Stationi yetirday nd placed hi s at oiintwo chairs.: Do you want to.sue semebody ? :' SDot's hei exactly:! I want i~aisuit 'dot will make= siomebody suffei. .:I vhas made a fool of again:. : : -How was it ? S ellh liaf in my saloon a situffed wolf I buyhim in New York and pay '25'dole. He vhas "my ,sign, you know., I keep :him on a shelf, und everybody who comes. in speaks of how nice he looks. "Yes; I've seen him. : hel, dis morning to fellers come mit: .a big dog, and one of dem says:- ? Bill, dot vhas a big dog o' yours, but I'll.liet he has no sand in him. He rtins away` from that stuffed wolf. Dot man Bill: he looks up und'grinsa nndianys: . .' Th ll,I dunno.: I. go yer der drinks dat he doan'' rin away., Und 5s I like tisee der fuini and I -pute ider wolf dow?ioni der floo0r,:?.iBill tells his dog to sick.'em iundZU?'nd vbhell, -.Ilike somepody to kick me. . :riThengthedog ,didn't run? .;s, Dot dog 'sh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Pathetic Tale [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

A Pathetic T: le':: Now pt ay.X Q's thlis lihumble ? y, Bt, I will, all ?iy po?eis S A A story foir to tell In olden times -f:~rin~tr dwelt Beside the riveri D. And O :the pangs of love he felt 4 sweet L-l' A v-==. H`Tis cottage. clad in I-V reen, I' e viewed with heart L-: 3 "AI . O," (he criedri'.n mi lovely queen, Come share my hIippy state.' : : .. Our herlo ~as but 4-T-2, LI's-A )-T-3, , tit C what vonder's love can do, Hei agi lie diid `not C,: With N-R-G he presse~ hissuit, lie loved her to XS; Alas, poor C-It's tongne was mute As her E's.E adhdress: "No6w C's to tease me with your suit, inut piiay you now IR-I's, Iloved a'handsome main, U brute, Who is in the X-l's." Said C-R. " U-R a cruiel maid, To love my N-M1-I; If this is how mvy loves repaid,': I' 11 lay ile down aiil die.' Said she," I"4-0ChoW'twill b? Baseo N-V fills mgy hliart Now quickly from. my presence flee, And try to heal thy simart." Poor o -R's hfastenedtol his cot, Looked' at his rams and UL's, And thenan L...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The "Seven Ages" Of Cricket All the world's a field, [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

The "Seven Ages" Of Oricket All thr world's a field, And all men and women cricket-players, They have their innings and their field - ings out, And one man in his time plays many garmes,1 . His life being seven matches: First, . the infant, : . .. Mowing and p6king at his nurse's slows; And thlen the school-boy boundles in a ,mbition :; But greeiilin -jidging lengths 'slogging like fun, - Ard bowled by yorkers ; tlenthe under .,. g rad,. . : : .. . . .. .. : Sniokian strange .weeds, and. blazer'd 'like the Turk, Heedless of honouors, puppet of every Seeking a college reputation Even in the school's; desjpite;" anid then :the lover, Shying like Erenchmen, with a woful habit Of dropping all his catches; then the husband, - With waist expanding, to shortruiins'in . cliined, With eyes correct, and coat ýof formal Fullof old joys, aid new incurbrancds, Alid so'lie mets his imatch; :The sixth is piayed By the stiff. pater'iith his growing lads With spectacle din'nose, aid bat in hand; The...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tobacco Smoking. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

Tobacco Smoking. In spite of oppipiotioi3i encobuntered by .our irotest' against ciga rette sinokmig.?; idich itj 'ill he rmeniembhcil, f irst raied' the questioi, about tii s fo i? i of the us of toh liC, it is inow genei'llyo a'liriitted tatliwtt were ri"it and our O4 1Li -i wrou in ttiie ?imatter. T he ir?it Coil Aii tiptioti of finel y ~i h ei ' .f lones very `CleOºf t1 theiuu iiii be 1 :p1t ir o I to fri'i?erithlio ,'r;ic e .i i,,,fnok i ci g"arettes. :pecliiii'lly'"OI j'i'iiiinitle . Mo reovel , it Lriybi u i shown atidt altntlijughi the ne of a"i" l ia ,iie ` the provision of a plug of cott.iill llese.n te evil, they do not wi: yi ebi;il:driie the c?a:ette of its Oibect 'i l 6 1i uhties. W aW e not; as is well kniiown, idvsoeates4of thei disse of tohaccn:, - it mr derately: anld ?'ely iensloy elit is ?ii ;luible sedatiie to the ner es,; and lhas an esiecalh,?ih I~i0thinll elnce ni the" iiiijority of instances ihere -are, hob Seir, certain propeitiLes of the tobacc o ::iok :wi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Bull Stood on the New Mown Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

The Bull Stood on: the New Mown Giass. S :: BY HAL BERTE. The bull stood on. the new mown grass, * Whence all but lie had slid; One man alone'had tried to pass, But that was all he did. Yes, beautiful and calm he stood, As born to rule the plot; A. creature of reflective mood Show me the bull that's not. The man. stood at the meadow gate, And watched the big hull chew, Pausing awhile to calculate His chance of getting throughi "Hi ! keeper, hi" 'at last he cried, Conduct your bull from hence. But nothing,save the wind replied, That whistled through the fence. The moments sped, he would: not, go Without his keeper's word. That keeper drink had gone to stow, And neither saw nor heard. The man grew madt I will not wait; I-cannot stay, he'cried. So with a bound he leaped the fence And reached the other side. Then came a shock, a crunching sound, The man I oh I where was he ? Ask of the garments strecwed around, , And bring his pants to me. Oh, coat and vest and that one pair : Of pants ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

At a recent ipublic iexamination a candidate gave the. foiling definition of vldcity:- Velocity is what a man .puts a hot plate down with." .Photographer:'. Now, sir, :f you'll lookla littlo lees? as though you had .a liill to meet;, and alittle more as. though yoit'd us't been-left a legacy, you'll be a picture."::.. ' .It being agreed L at a party of twelve, equally composed of ladies gentlemen, that'; a rdisputed:; question should be settled' b j the opihidn: of the "majority, the six ladies expressed themselves: op posed to the six gentlemen, aind claimed the victory. A' gentleman objected to this' as the number of votes i?ere equal. saying thatt'hey were !' half :.and: half." -. ,True," replied a witty fair :one, "but we are the bettir halves." A gentleman, who was on his .way 'home'one dairk-night was eicountered by a footpadpwith thedemand, `'Your money or, your life?"' "Ala?.is said the man, "' yon?icn't have any money, I have just beeni to'a baaar." ?The thief immedi 7ately...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. PIPES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

Correspondence. To the Editor. Sir,-The only way to remove drain age in localities complained of is by tindergiound pipes, and `the council should get an estimate of the cost of eartheinware and iron pipes. The former. would do as well as the latter. At all events a i'report should be brought up o0? the subject."-Yours, &c:, . RATES..

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

American do a Hop Bitters are the "Purest and Best Bitters :y e, over made. heare comipouwle'l from fops. Malt chu;:andirake' and Dandelion-the old est best, and most valuable medicines in the iw , and .contain all the best and mist en rative propnrties of all other remedies, being the Lreitest Bloxl. Purifier. Liver RPrnlatpr, andLife and *Health Restorin Agent on SarthNo' disease ýor 'ill-health can ponsillv loni`.exist where they are used, so varied an iTperfect ac e rtheir. operations. cTW? Iigive new life and 'vior to the aged and infirm. To all whose employment cause irreuiarity of the bowels or urinary orranc. vor ho require an:.Appetizer,Tonic and mild tilrnnlt, Hop Bitters are invaliableIbeing 'highly curative, tonic and stimulating with out intox6icating.: . . 4-Nodmatter what your feelings-or, sympt msane. lyhat the desease or ailment is use 'op Bitters DPn i't ait until.you are sick, b ijt fi 0o only .ftel bid or miserable, use Hop Bitters'at on6e. It may save -yourlife;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Parent's Counsel. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

A Parent's Counsel: Sliakey, take a failer's ples ing Take it,.for yon ke it she'ap; Go tin. hot for makinig money Go in for to make a heap. Don. you do no dinrgs vot's Booked. ' :Don' you 'do no no dings vot's mean :Aber rake right in. dot boodle, Quiet, calmn, and all serene. Don' you lend your gash to no one, Not foie1s dain ten p r pnnt. Don' you in ike no wild oxpipen - Dot's do way d monewvent. And,I tells you, littl SlikeSi. Put' divarnin ini,?youir ear-- - Bei mn of piutess honor Nefer fail but twice a year !

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Military. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

MV ilitary: By Professor, There is also a fiit leather ring; to prevenit the escalpe of 'any wayte which may pass outs;de the cupped leathel rinig. On the left I.aind sish. of the air chamber is a fittiig cokil, flthe pueQsure pipe frioni the lpunips is att iche-l to the niozzl, tihe -lil is raised ;nad .the` waitir or air'; pumpeind into the chlinber ; wheni tl . pumping is fiished, the iplug. is screi wed down, and the puips caun .be disconnect ed from ,the cylinder. .An air cock is inserted on the tolp side :of the cylinder' The; action :of th? Hydro-pneuinatic cylinder is is folliw T:-h-Tiie Iequi.ite idai ity .of ..water. iavini been :pumped ifnto a pressure of .1350 pounds ler squa;de inch. The only :mneans of' eii traiice for the piessu?e, from the cha.,ii her to the recoil cyliuider? is thi'orui the by-pass valve ; this being opeied, *the compressed air forces the -water:: behind thli? m and sopu!ihes the ramn but, thus raising the gun to firing position. The, by-pass valre ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

S. * . .% U 1' : ? :',. " i j QUEENSCLF. BOROUGH, S n ii, o Stp ienan . T• k¶ : ,u . , .i *'(i ..". :'/ ?? ' :. '1 : " , ...:^i.!:*.. .. ". S. . .;.188 i .: t " ''f^ ^^^ ,^^ "^1'1 , qi87 I ( li s ii9 i ' Inic'ian t1 o 1 S0S f 1fi% e on to .1J wi... uvua n ii f G 'liqrl! Str Di 6,101h } IT A ]::.. )udta, :..E:l? ll i s o to ,* '., ' . : ", ::'; C,,m*y ----. u 'i ?"v' tS nt, I-V esternI 1 i- '. 4. : : .: i i'0** * -l'.(vic :Qi. i ,e~sri.i li iJdI ll. , 180.S i ] .t nii e thru.i- , ie . ' ". 94i.7 7 r n5£]ti-i7 ; rates, J 9.k' .... '.'t 4.. na t; iie . 1t1 a'. e . '. .i irev ilue ii-;s ·.- 1 ^C10 :Wls f .i' S ie i so 'CS ' ['' - -s i mlCic ir'I titi er niito r 'l if '. ., 'is? : QJik, .;i to .. iiI st -Pniii9 e ,1ti } e' , l ahU *mnt irIfnoii :. . ? \u?:c iri. i lkingon. :. 4** yd,? q,, J,4.- '..: \j.!4Ijrf l 4dieor :*c' .Gi.. t**,1*iic ,on. ut .... :~::n o . -i't i' . a- 'er.: , h iD h'- , * _twi w Lhmstiersnrt A s 4 S illift i at Di .iin m , G'Wtnm DP.am, .J I llh? r . /fJp J. Stonen...

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Didn't Get There. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

Didn't Get There. Abt a>tseanc i widow, wihose. mother had:.rcentlyj; ied wished to cotumunicatte i it}l hei pirit of" her ihusliind The' e onnection beiigtiilade silhe said :- I Do ve ~e iiucli ;f ,le i'o i muinmua in Heaiven.John ?" , ii, ,e . see he,. 'I ". . S.'~:it i?si ible; John ;:"'contiiurl tle vidow -regieftflly,"'thl? vet iion now you voil tdi iinotleair t love :mammno " 1 vould be very latd o 'lovethe old lady,' repilid iangelic .lohn;' if I had the slist of a clanice, but the trouble is slhe 1isuhere."

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

NEWSAND NOTES Ameetin of the Reading Room Committee was ed oni 'htrsdav, even igtere beingpresent-the Rev;i'J. G dne in thaii'; c Rev. J. H. Willinson ' P and Messrs. Arkins, B o'eJCuzeiis Jordan, Rankin; Mor-. an Shean nd Simpkin. A plaii of ely elburne 'was. laid on the table, aid 'or ed to be acknowledged with It was rolved that it should be suitably framed and hung up in the Libary The sub-committee reported that theyhad weded out a number of useless ooks in bundles of 10, and re commended that they should be sold forthwith Offer to beire'ceive.ait?thlie: ibrary. for 14 days. It was resolved tospend 20 in the purchase of 'fiew works, ?der the supervisioni of the presi dent,' 'V.P. and Secretary. The sec. ointed out ' that there' would not be 'sufcieit fnds in hand to puichase pprs, whereupon it was moved and crri that £10 be lent, fronm the build in ndfor the purpose, and that mion eys voted to te building fund filom the geeialfund be refunded .Accounts presented thetreasurer we...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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A Flip For Flipkins. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

A Flip For Flipkins. Flipkins came dowiii to tohe club last niglit with a great prollenm" weiglinig on his mindi "'I I I.should stand on my head," he said :coming up. to the boys with the sir of auman i:ho his got a lioserc 'if I standoi onmy he:ld..therloodI all ruslies into niy hea!, len??'t it!" No oine ventmred to contradict hiin . " '" el' tcoiitiued he triiuml phautly, "wirhen I, staund on my feet i hy doesn' t the blood, all rush lito m'feet`?"' ;: Becha se;c"replh'd M1 hiss Cohannigan's: brother, ' because, Flipkiis ,yor foeet are not ei pty.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1885 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28885 -Mij8NW that :visitors ?from ' all qiarters are crowding in upon us the :,. authorifies andj all other sholdil ,seito it .that all pressing improvements :sho0ld'; be at .once effected' and 1.all b stacles to omf6irt;.and to`: en oyment removedio : out opf th way A vey little, ef ort on the part of our corporation ser vants may remove fr th eeall. that is offensive, and may secure a high" degree <6f safety from adgerl to nurses and: to hil n The ya proaches to the Cliff, whether, by road or '?by railway, might ,asily.be rendered attractive by the removal, or by the covering ? p of fthe .most?: re pulsive looking rubbish, and by the levellii of unsdeinemly, mounds of earth Y.Visitors nmay and do vary in their ideas and tastes as tothe suiblime, h beautiful, andlthe picturesque, bu` all can alike: relish, ap pearaices of cleanliiess and of neatness whriever anid when eer they shoild mee th4e eye A little, tood , in th yiiiia f adorfiimet ini ourir "h...

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OVER THE SUNSHINE OF EXISTENCE HANG A BLACK CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 28 November 1885

OVER THE SUNSHINE :OF EXISTENCE HANG A BiACK CLOUD. With tlhe uicertaiity of life in ming led the dark mystery of death ! While on the one ianl, we catelch te welcome sounid of the bieati of life that tells of an silbiition to our: seeiesd on the :ther we shudide; as we heafr tlhie irlshin. i inga of the Destroving .Angel ! The mighty voice of the Great Influence which riles the universe hlas pronounced our fite;tlie dread fiat has, gone Ifortif. anri' every inortal inan is doomed 'to diei! :IBut, thougli .;wecinnot prevent, can we post 'pone deathl ? Tlidlqeiostion is moment ods. even if it conceri thei piolongiition: of life but byfi a: single hdomr, iinashimch. as eveiy instant pioitRpts us to filhti the boldest hattle we can fori-this glonrio boon o, existence..ý 'hop romptirs of instinct are Inut spontaneouos voice?of nature,-and it is ouyluty to obey, Biut therei still re:nains thle questindi c? n ,death be postponeil :fba singlei lloui :? Yes ; for the ivoild wiorksin obedien...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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