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Astonishing feat at Niagara. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Astonishing : feat at Niagara - ,: One evening,;vhile;sitting in the' saloon of the International hotel, Ibecame interested in ani animated conversation which was in pl o. .gress betiveen two 0persons, of whonm 0o e siemed to be'a Southerner, and the other an Italian. ' The latter had registered his nanme' ais:Signor.Gaspa Morelli, but I have since ' learnt that he is a Yankee boy; that he was born and raised in Connecticut, and dubbed 'by his affectionate parents Andrew Green 'leaf.: As he grew older he was afflicted with an intense desire to become a circus per former, and finally ran away from home to connect himself wiih some strolling company. He was for' a while a member of Barnum's 'imneousei show, and his astonishing per 'formancies uponastilts will be remembered by thousands. He had before'this time ansumed the name he nowibears, as well to escape re. •cognition' as to avoid the fate of a," prophet in his own coiiitry'." 'He is a handsome, frank, looking man, of about twent...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SURRENDER OF METZ. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

THE ,lSURRENDER OF. M~ETZ .: It is seldom that two months contain so maiyl surprises as did the eventful period ex tending from the 1st of Septemnber to 'the;. 31st of Octobbr, 1870. On the foirmr -date the feaiful battle of Sedan ?was fought;, which i: led to the immudiate capture of Napoleon: Il. Within three days the Empress Engenie was, a! fugitive frodm Paris, and a Iepuiblic:' lae: :i been , erected on. the ruins of: the fallen. Empire. . 'This' w'.s followed byli weks:.b of sanguinary' conflict, in, whichh the :Germa': armies were almost uniformly victorious,m and. : before the end of September Paris itself was invested by them. But; the gretest surprise of all w:is whei.n .~ oniOctober 27,'?letz,:the gieat fdrtress which: :7:: had. been rlegrded as ahlmost 'impregibable; surriendei'cd with 180,000 soldiers: It:w.s w m,: the attempt to relieve'dthis hith:erto vir'infor-:: tress that :;faeMaho0i had 'beeln. caught :: it Sedan seven weeks before, :.but, althoiugh: hei. was defe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WHEN WE WERE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

WHENWE WERE CHILDREN.= Have you forgotten, little wife, Oir far-off childhood's oldcn life ? Our splendid castles on the sands, The boat I made with m yown h?ids, The raid that caught us in the wood, The cakes :we hail when we were good, The doll I broke .and made you :cry, Whhen ne were'children, you andI 1 Have you forgotten, little wife. The dawning of that other life'? .; The sti'ang enew light the Inwhoile" orld wore, Vlien life'love's perfect blossomlbore ? i The drceams we had! the songs' madel: : .The sunshiie! and the woven shad! The tcars of niany a sad good-bye, When we parte:i, you and I? Alh, nay ! your loving-heart, I kniow, •Remember still long ago; 'It is the lightof childhood's days That shines through all your winning ways God grant we ne'er forget your youth, Its innocenee, and faith; and truth, - The smiles, the tears, and-hopes gone by. When we were children, you and I. Who is the Greengrocer in Fitzroy who. said to a fellow .greengrocer :--I Any mean people on ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Four Epochs in an Actor's Life. JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Four Epochs in an Actor's Life. This ouiglit to have been Jove's Iiuor, on fair. Olympus high w`.aiter another boitle, and bring it `'Cxtra dry."a Do have a go at the robins- a bitiof the leg or breast- . And here- is a bowl of salad that. an' artist must have'dresed.. Ihope you're awfully hungry. Now this is living ! Zouids I Not much like the queer old lunches'we had. E. in one-night towns.: :: Champagne is the only :beverag:o when all is said and done.;:,_ Here s to the toai t of ' Tiny Tim'" iGod` bles us every one." Waiter, a -pint oof dlaret ; :it's hot, I'm aware. Don't bother bout the wine` list just bring yvin ordinaire. I niust get into1 the country, tostudy and think and sleep- ; i : Some nice: romantic farnmhouse, where it's ;cool and calhn. andcheap. :: This living in town's.: expensive-No .1I:no champagne to- day ; ? .:" Claret is far more cooling at least0;, s the doctors say, A man to itop in the city should be a mil lionaire. hy, I've spent a couple of hundred; but ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FIRE OF FRENDRAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

THE FIRE OF FRENDRAUGHT. About six miles from the thriving market town of Buntly, in Aberdeenshire, stands the mansion-house of Frendraught, built on the site of and incorporating the ruins of the old castle of that name. In the seventeenth century it was the scene of a strange and in explicable event-an event which, on the supposition that it was not accidental, might well be regarded as tragic. The lands of Frendraught, towards the beginning of the seventeenth century, were in the possession of James Crichton, a laird or minor baron of the period, sufficiently proud of that designation to slight and'reject the title of Viscount which his son accepted in hie father's lifetime. His wife was Lady Elizabeth Gordon, a woman of a proud and resolute character, daughter of the Earl of Sunderland, and a "near cousin," as Spalding expresses it, of the Marquis of Huntly, a connection which should be remembered in the course of the narrative. On the crest of a knoll that overlooks the river D...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. AN EMU HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION:i AiN .EMU ,HUNT. In the riinds of country-bred Australians, or those who have spent any length of time on stations in the northern parts of Victoria, or Queenslanrd,ithe words "An Eini.Hunt" will hardly-aipakeLBless pleasurable sensa tions than those experienced byl an ardent lover of the hunt ii the old country, at the remembrance of the best ",finish" of the season'; and will recall lbng rides through forests of: stately, gums, whose leafy.tops shut out:thle'glowiug splendor of the sun shine, till the undulating grassy downs, where the1chaise cominences, are reached, unshaded 'itlih: siriallest tree or ,shrub, where .the warni dry air is scented- with the peculiarly 'suminer" ;-smell of .the short dried grass beneathttlie horses' feet. It is in the "Open"ialone thit the emus, the most sliy and timid of aiUll ;Australian birds; save the wild turkey,. congregate, and it is only on the fleetest, freshest horses, and by, the exercise of,. the: most. delicately dextei...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The "Sagacity" of Love. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The i," Sagacity" of Love. A young sub-lieutenant; in India left his regiment on sick leave and put up at the best hotel, not a hundred miles from Poona, where hle was immediately smitten by the attractions of a lovely maiden who was stay ing there. He proposed, was accepted, and the happy day was fixed. The colonel, how. ever, disapproved of sub-lieutenants getting married, and particularly of the marriage of the sub in question. I As he happened to lbe 'a friend of the youngminan's father in ques. tion, he thought to prevent the union of the fond couple by sending a peremptory tele gram couched in the following terms : "'Join at once." The 'son of Mars was in despair. He presented himself before .his intended with the fatal missive in his hand, and anything but a look of pleasure on his countenance; but the lady was equal to the occasion. With a blush of maidenly simpli city and virgin innocence, she cast her eyes on the ground and remarked, "Dear me, I'm glad your colonel approve...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A DELICATE BLUE-WASH. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

. A DELICATE BLUE-WAaS. Mr.: Smnith moved on the first of ay . So, of. ourse did Mrs: Smith iid the :little Smiths., After the carmen were gone, and they had colutted the. Smithlings, and biddefi' a?dieu tbo the girl ho disapprvedof inoving, hadilooked things up a little, and ;discovered the refrigc-, rator and .vash-boiler on the third floor, the best mattrass in the. cellar, the marble butst of Pallas in the barrel of left:dvie coal, iand mnde up their minds that what the, handy odd-job man fell ldown stairs with mustihave been the baskdt of decorated chiiia-they exanimned the white walls of their hbime, afnd tried to make up thieir minds' what could have happened to thein. Mis.; Smith suggestcd that a hiUmber of large; scorpions might have resided mii the house, and come to their ends" by being smashed to death on the walls lIfpolieemen's staves, but they were certainly.;very, n6sty aldls and somuetling must be done.: As fo spendingmoneyin painting or French-paper ing other peopl...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Pretty Widow and the Masher. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The. Pretty Widow and the Masher. Not many days ago a charming young widow of our acquaintance happened to find herself alone with a 'highly-scented young coxcomb of the masher type in a first-class compartment on the St. Kilda line. -No sooner had the train started than our lady-i killer began to ogle her pathetically, to smile! at her, sighing all the while with a force: sufficient to turn the wheels of a mill; The lady endeavored at first to elude the uncalled for attentions of her fellow-traveller by turning another way, covering her face with her fan, looking out of the window at the fleeting landscape, &e. But finding at length that the young "gentleman," far from taking the hint, became, on the contrary, more ob trusive and importunate,' she bravely settled in her own mind what to do. Turning round she began to look at' him intently. -Then fixing her eyes for a moment on his shirt front, at a point immediately below his chin, she turned away again as though endeavor i...

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FEIGNED INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

FEIGNED INSANITY.'. Several rules have been given by medico ;psychologiste for the discovery of feigned insanity. One is, that in real mental aber ration, there is generally some probable cause' for.such, but not in that which is stimu latd'; and that, while the former is always sudden, the latter is seldom so. Schiirmayer, in-his Theoretico-practical Compendium of Forensic Medicine, says that "close atten tion should be first directed to the entire ex terior of the subject-his posture, his mo tions, his gestures, his eyes, his words, his intonation, and, above all, the first impres: sion produced upon his mind by the appear-. ance of the physician. What most distinctly characterises a mental disease, and is never misunderstood by a skilled physician, is the physiognomy of such a patient. The eye of a madman is the mirror of his soul. He lacks the calm, unobstructed gaze peculiar to the sane, untouched by passion or excite ment." Heinroth, another eminent German psychologist, in his...

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CAPTAIN MAYNE REID. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

CAPTAIN MAYNE REID. Captain Mayne Reid, the well-known novel ist, has recently died, at the age of 67. His story is almost as varied and full of adventure as any one of his own novels. He. was the son of a Presbyterian clergyman, was born in the North of Ireland in 1816, and'educated for the Presbyterian chlurch. For this he had no great liking, and when he was of age he left for America, where he indulged his taste for adventure. He went up the Red River, trad-' ing and hunting in company with Indians: In 1840 he joined a body of 'voluntehrs wh6 were about to proceed against Mexicans, who 'had invaded Texas. This life suited him, and he remained for five years hunting upon, the prairies and journeying up the Missouri. Then he joined'the Ambrican army, with the rank of captain. This was in 1845, whenwar was declared between the United States and Mexico, and in that war he signalised himself by his bravery, Mayne Reid was present at the siege of Vera Cruz, and took an active part in ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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AN HEROIC BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

e aggy < AN HEROIC .BOYU i?Twooboys were in a scoolroom aione to gether, .wheni slnme fireworks 'contrary to` the master's express,prohlibitioni exploded. One boy denied it; t thee, Bei' Christie, would nithler admit nor deny it,, and :was severely flogged ;forflthei obstinacy. ' Wheti the boys got alone again "JWhy idn ti yon i en it I" asked thereal offender. " Because 'tere were oifly we'tiwo, and one of :ifus iiustih'ae lied," saidfBen., " Then;,why. not s,?. I ,did it?" '-"Because you' saialyuoudidnlt, andII would sparetheliar" rThe boy sheartnelted. Ben's mol kgallntry subdued' hin :;d When school reassembled,-the youn'-culprit marched up :to, te, master's desk, and. said, " Please, sir, ,L cant:bearto be fihar. I letioffthesumbs ;" and ?ie burnt-info teai?. The miiaster's eye. glistened on the self-a??eiser inidi the unde served piiishir e'nt htle 'h inflicted on the ot?her,boy.smotei i his', conscdieice. : Before the whole school, hand in hand wiith.l?the .culprit...

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A BEAUTIFUL IMPOSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

A BEAUTIFUL IMPOSTOR. Next to the reign of Bean Nash, in the last century, perhaps that of the Princess Cara boo, in the earlier part of this, forms one of the most important and sensational incidents in the history of the city of Bath.. In the year 1817, the sturdy village over seer of Almondsbury.saw one evening, wan-. dering in Knob Park, 'the residence: of a wealthy- merchant, -Mr. Samuel Worrall,? a young and very beautiful woman, command ing in stature, voluptuous in figure, almost bronze in complexion, with regular features, superb ;black: eyes, and a mass of straight, blue-black hair, that .hung in two great braids, woven into beads, nearly to the ground. She wore an Oriental dress, full, with loose sleeves, and nothing on her small brown.feet but a pair of worn sandals. So dignified and haughty was the stranger's bearing that the honest man approached with deference, as well as curiosity, to inquire what she was doing in the park, but found to his astonishment she was not a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Curate and the Kiss. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The Cuatb and :the. Kiss: x.: .I " °3:. CHAPTER I. Mr. Antonio Bentoole had bean appointed curate to'the Church of St. Martin about two months before the following little episode took place, and in pursuance of the wishes of the parishioners and churchwardens, he had solemnly and earnestly declared that while in that position he would conscien tiously abstain from all thoughts of matri mony on his own account. The church wardens had made it imperative that he should do so, in consequence of the preceding curate having been discovered to belong to a trinity of wives, and yet, like Oliver Twist, he went for more. That is to say, that he had engaged himself to a young lady in the parish, but just on the eve of his approaching nuptials, a deputation, composed of his three disconsolate wives, waited on him, and per suaded him not to commit himself to any such rash action, and as they invoked the Ssturdy aid of the law on their behalf, he had been compelled to seek the kind offices of the...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 19TH APRIL, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

: ?SATURDAY; ?19;ru Al'1t1[, 15 IFrLoi 'sellinug ta'S i4ud 8 5s :per ton,;and (1.e big a "i e ti '1fsd;indiciaton that we are .;living in times of peace ind plenity' As a n itu'i consequence'` of a! bountiful harvest, the' 4-lb; baf isslling.'. at 4.d and'?d ini.elbourne, aud inn allarat and Gcelonig at odi and' ii tlie lahter place consumers are, agtatit g for,. a fur?lier re dution ontiit rig t6 the ilo price of- flour: ; I-' .is 'a pleasant thing to, know that the earth her fruits doth :yield,anud that: ye 'ire living iin a land overflowing ith richness.' Now; how comes it, ,ont the other, han that thet pice of breadd n' iQueenseliff' would. lead "one to suppose t alit afmine existed diii'Vieto'ik similar to the period when our fathers' had to tiaTeli from ChiIan' ;:intoEgypt` totbuy bie.:d...They were ie m oen o esiolution?,: and 'it is:probable that, rather than pay ~ld for it in the laf 6ofCanaaii, they piefeired to go. down to Egypt' where they could get it. for od. In those ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Anniversary Services of the Wesleyan Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

,VesleyanSunia Scliool.) The Annilersary servicesof, the Queen.cliffh Wesleyan, Sunday, School, ,werei celebrated. slast: Sundayandud Mondlay. ..On;Suudaythe: .Rev't. R:Fitcher, of [Melbourne, Qccupiued,,the: puilpit,?morning and:,evening;, a!,a delih?r- :ed an address to.the:parents±umd childrenjun. the !afterioon, .,,=All l; services ;, cre ell attenided tthat of the,, eveniug esipcinlly:so,. numimbers having.: to lea.e, being. una, ,?to gaini admission:: iThe fact still rcmamins that. dunng.- the ivisiting seasonh, th ?V es?iyan churchh is far: too ismall to hold the cougie- igations that assemble to ;wrorship thic Oa M3onday evening: the ,usual ulblic meetiug was: held; thet Hon IF. k .z qIt i ue, . .,. presided, andi very. appiropriate addresses were delivered, by MrmI3Brret,, ;of Mlefliour'e,. the Revs., J? A.iMaasland aqud R 'itcher. Iu iiig the4 evening the, annual,presentatioa ,,of plizes.,to .the ,scholaas t q0 iplace..,i le usual ,vote ;of ,tthankswee eutiused to SMessrs,...

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A Positive Nuisance. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

. A' , Positilv s'iicaci;:::" 2";: i:.:% T O THE'EDITOii:a l0 ;.0 i 'T'um rpdstes variae iiienodint,' says Virgil ; andl I ,thinlk tre r'exiressioi veiy':lilpplicablel initliecase I n'oiv.desfle.to brinugiufider yourn, noticed.'.lt ias invariably: my tqirtetice, w?i[bu oit.f;btooti in the enjoyymuitprof f "l:iweelk.r, toa's,.holiday;,to avoid Pas muchas;much:,la po1sible the diminimtion of suuchi enjonmueut, whflch)iccompaiiies arn undue, attention(to any 'little.aiuoyancesto:which in the absence of 'the motreluxurious: ,ccoilunodtIiounof'thbe city',one; iii dypetlrhaps,ibe :sul~eted ,l :Biu this :mtitter--fon whichli?yo.uld yi~i ;pccei i l corisider',tion is,:onue.tha t Oreel$l t callf vf ventilation; "andl one tfhatJl ani iny;; opiiuo would:not be defiued jias. la re' ;ann)y nce; Srather:i inde. l'as, a j 1,')isitiv? nuisauc ?I 'illudeito the iTetry'objcctipphb?e, sine1l ri ing from ithe. 4open i guttrers,which irceni e uand. earry off the liqud clcieaisipgsandit,iefi:e of, the' ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Holloway's Pills.-th, change of tempe rature and wciether frequently uliset perions who are most ciutious ot their health. and most particular in their diets. These ,'r rective, purifying, a'nd gentle aperient. Pills are the best remedy for :all defrective actions of the digestive organs; they augment the appetite, strclngthen the stomtach, correct billioustness, and carry off all that is noxiolis from the system. Holloway's Pills are composed of tarle l),lsat831 unmixed with baser matter, and on that account are peeu liarly well adapted for the young. d:licate, and aged. As this pcerles.s medicine has gained fame in the past, so will it preserve 'it in the future by its renovatiug and invigo rating qu:dalities, anti its incapacity of doing harm. Wells' ' Rough on Corns.'-Ask for Wells"' Rough on Corns.' Quickrelief complete,. permanent .cure.; Corns, warts, bunions. Moses, Mloss, aidm Co., Sydney, Gcineral Agents. " EE.... LE' SE " '"lA QJ J). R A GAND AMATEUR ENTERTA NMENT 1Will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Any descrip o G ea inti e c in Firstcas Sl Quick Despatch, and forModerate rice atth Offic of J:this Newspaper. .. I thAdvertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advert'iseiments an

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William G. Hamilton. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

William G. Hamilton. .A'young 4mai fi:om the city arrived on the Cliff a short time ago and got introduced into society here. He was of gentlemanly apipearanlce and good. address, but,; for all that, had to leave suddenly,.haviug .a weak nes's for signing :names' other than his own, for which he, at. one time,ihad served a.term. of inmprisonment in the M:elbourne Gaol. He was clothed, fed, and taken in .had on his liberation by the Salvation army l'rison Gate Brigade, and rose to a position of trust, but decamped, with some. money. Thus writes the War Cry.-"'A young man.of the' name of William G. Hamilton., since his release from the Melbourne ,Gaol, nearly three months ago, has been assisted in every possible away to reform. Be lately ran away, but not. before it was necessary. -He is about five feet eight.inches in height, and has a'.dark complexion, and gentlemarily appeariance and - ddress. He ,is. about twenty-four years of age. He nas defiruded several persons and made himself...

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