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

spoiled many a goed dis ton a Bender :mary get in goost raitened circumstances.poiled a ao. SomThe oQensland papers talk of knowthig buty ex their artesian we~ll. A great bore. ' peA milliene the truth of ttokow if whe Itaian saw vessel iswho "s trimed" sie is not" boundi ' to saril d A eelong cow, r got drunk son distilleryn grains and made a veryi itrehtie pdisplay of corned beef. It is unfortunatest for thirteen peoplect sita down to a meal at once, especially when these is only enough for. eight Young ladies who are anxious to marry should ear in mind that a seale dproposal cyan be sent by mail fur two pence. e.This world is prety. even- the piano hasl spoileyd many a good' dishwasher, "and mas y a good. dishwasher liai spoiled a tisaue. Some of 'our Australiiai girls know by ex periene the truth of nsithe Itauan saw, She who is born'handstme is born married." n suc when asked i by a friendt how his anrishioners were, replied, "All under conviction." It' is always safest for a p...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sleeping Beauties. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The Sleeping Beauties. You pair of sweet creatures, You brace of old cats, Just like two snoozing together old. rats. Ilow'queer must the dreams Of such nice chickens be; The times thee were jilted, And sent up a tree. . Snore on, you old.fogics, With hearts ill at ease, For old maids you'llremain To the end of your days.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARMED BY A SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

CHARMED BY A SNAKE. - A lady in Graniteville. Nevada country, California, relates an incident of a little child having been charmed by a rattlesnake, a follows :-'" On Sunday last I was working in my kitchen, when I was sartled by a loud scream from my little boy, four years old. On asking the cause, he said, '.Oh, manmma, a big snake; a great big snake I!' I rushedfor the door; and imagine my feelings when, al m6ost paralysed with horror, I could only gaze on the awful sight that met my yes: Ten feet f:om me, and on the doortep of the:wood shed, stood my baby-boy, twenty-two months, old, gazing, as if fascinated,upon a large rattle snake, which was ,:coiled in front of him about: two feet away, and was gently move ing its head back and forth, looking at the child with eyes like flame. :: My screams frigh tened it ; and my daughter, twelve years of age, ran past me <and caught up her littl brother, when the reptile glided out of the Pway. The noise brought my husband and ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &[?] APPLICATION OF PLANT FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

APPLICATION OF PLANT FOOD; Professor J. W. Sandon, writing to the A meri. cant Agriculturist, says:-1l have given some facts illustrating the effect of the position of the manure in the ground on the relative develop ment of stem and leaf. By tho'e facts it was incidentally shown, that manure p'oughed under gave results more favorable thian the prevailing belief would lead us to expect. Ploughing under manure is regarded by many as an "olt fogy" idea. I once entertained that view, and sup posed that unanswerable reasons warranted it. Many of the arguments in favor of surface ap plication still appear strong. Manu'e worked into the surface soil is near the young rootszand feeds them at a critical period in their growth. When worked in, the manure is at the spot of the greatest root development, and hence that development is normal. When the fertilizer is ploughed in, the roots make at unnatural de velopment deeper than the noirnmal expansion, and in the layer along the line of manure...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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His Solution. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Here wer isome warmscenes respecing practice. One warm, clear daLy, a party were. sitting out int the garden--including, the gal lant ceraptain captain, who hasis wife-en nothe latter read from the telegrams in? the newspaper, the his bravery in the field, resident's his commBureau.nd Wei n his own household. Once whaten at-home ".Oh," replied the cisptain; " I suppose the presideint wanted 2a clean shirt, and so! ha.; waibeen tipping orders, his wife'n was consigned to his wifes bureau, usually occupied by hamber othings solely, but then'joihitly. The captain is nota Deputients hasn, we hearn he wanted a cleano duce a billrt went to'the following efau, but found muchEery difficulty inlfinding what he wanted. So {he woman convicted of plconcealing he drawer ageout, shatip bpingli them over on the floorand upsttingonedto the um whole pile, until he gotwhall have wasuppres in seard."ch This horrid ddptyof course remont thated, if his billand pses into law there wereWsome illwarm sceoo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WISE SAYINGS. ABOUT WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

WISE SAYINGS. ABOUT WOMEN. for her an's head is always influenced by her first lesson be to reverence her sex. he more idlebut a woman's heart is always influenced byohcupied her heart.d. "Women," said Lamartine, "have ~more heart and'imagination than men." What women of womenuld do if the element of cry, nobody knoner s ; . ht poor defeneles retursThe knowledge that women lack stimulates When women love us, they forget everyj thing, even iur crimagination; the knowledge thatey do not posse us, they do not crediteven or virtues. What a women should demand lover's couragespect or truth, or honour;her as she is a woman. Let her first lessonr be to meren ceho throwsex herself at man's *The more idle a woman's .hands,, the more hoccup, will soon find hert.placeat is feet. What woman woudis the most if nconsistent compound not fcry, nobodstiny kand self-sacrifice th at I am adefenceless creqainted withey.would be The common foblove Ofus, they forget ehavery thing, even handsome is to for...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Out of the Same Batch. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Out of the Same Batch. A rustic.lookingnian sat in a smoking car of the Omaba train one night, when another, rural-looking person came in. "Is this seat taken!" asked' the new. comer. "No, sir; sit right down," said the other making room next him. Soon the two farmers .were in conversa? tion., " Where are you from ?" "I live near -Buda. Where do you bail from ?" " I'm a pretty near neighbor of yours ; I live near Kewanee." "Farmingi ?" "Yes. Are you !' "Yes ; -farming and stock'." . " Been to town with stock ?' "Yes, brought up a hundred head of steers." " Ibrought hogs." And so the conversation ran on until just before the train reached' Mendota, and the two old-farmers were:right well acquainted. Presently another man who looked like amer chant came in and was surprised to see one cf the old farmers. "Well, well, well," said the new man. "I'm glad to see you ; maybe you can help meoht of a little embarrassing trouble. I want to pay a man a little bill on the train before I got off...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Free Library. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

.TO THE EDITOR.'. S tS?,=?- Asi some: nisapplrehension may :exist in tlhe public. 'miid lon the aibovb questio1, ?vill, with'your per missioil, briefil, state what';liahs already been done in the matter. :. 1st:-At the invitatioi: of the Young ?Men's Literary Associati6ii, a lmeecting ,;was held in the.Town II .11 on the 24th Septeiiber ,lastý :when plas i.:o? a new buildiig iv erre produced ,by ;cr. Sinip sonuy andi a resoldtion pasied to cionsult the tiustees aliblt the site" Tiis was -done, and theirn consent oitai'ned to thlle alterations. .. Sid On'0'tthe 2tlib of tlhe same month, a public uieetin was held henii it Wasi resolved to establishl a. F;ree Liary in: connection with the present.:institutej, a coimmittee being :foimed at ththe- bsame time to. canvass for 'subscriptio ns, &c. Anothei puhlicd :eeting ivas held it tthe: Grammar school, on the 19th February, when"the' samne rounds were gone over, but; objectioiis were ade to ' the he ew arrangeiLelits.on the grcut...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A SINGULAR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

'A SINGULAR TRIAL. On April 15th, 1815, a curious case was tried in the Prerogative Court, before Sir J. Nichol. A man named Job Taylor, Staff or quater-master in the Royal Artillery, was drowned, through the sinking of a vessel in Falmouth harbour, together with his wife Lucy, whom his will had appointed sole exe cutrix a?iid residuary: legatee. His property was valued at four thbusand pounds- and, the trial was to decide whether it belonged to the' next-of-kin of the husband, as dying intestate (his wife not having sunivived him to renider his will good), or to the representative of the wife as residuary legatee, she having survived him-so as to become-entitled to that position; in favour of which latter. view it was uirged as presumptive proof that she had the stronger and more robust constitution, and that he was weak and afflicted with asthma. It was urged that the priniciple of the Roman Civil Law, which had been adopted into the code of this country, ruled that where two peri...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sewage Question. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

SOSewage :Quiestion; S! TO THE EDIT.O r. i esff is to ,retain its reputatiour as' a ivteringplace .. iinmed Siateitterition should be paid to the sew iue qiueistion I obseir e tfhat the Sliaiiael in Gellhbiind stireet discliarges t -elf into Swan i'ay, and I presumiie thile phanniels in the qtbei streets (when thley ai foitmed) will` be allowed to dischar'ge e also.- Filth th? ' coiiveyed: into i:wtan Bay may find its way iito the sea, ?nd may be swept by the. tide towards. the liatl ing houses. Now tlis:is a con :ingency whicli ouglit to be guarded igai? st'ine~:eiy possible manner, and I venture to:suggesf the following i~lan for the conpideration of your authorities I et all the channels from the variops s .igets converge to onl focius, and tihe:a .onstruct two l'irge defacatlig pits, i.e., Sii'uila brick cisterns of suitable capa Fity and lined rwith` ceruet . Tiuo one pu!ºr the otier of these, t..all tie sewago ; disdlai"ed, anid w;nl Iai1led let this i'stcurn receive the uuc"e...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Dude's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The Dude's Prayer. Oh, barber, spare that young moustahe,, Nor touch a single hair; Your razor, brush, and other trash, Must never venture there. Atlast the bud has blossomed out, By much caressing taught: Its frail young tendrils h?6w they sprout Then, barber, touch it not. Though well laid out and wide the field Whence this young moustache shoots, The sickly soil no more can yield Oh, well guard then its roots; For should the murderous blade sweep o'er That curv'd lip's shadowy mist, The tender plants would bloom uio.mor Then, barber, oh, desist: Think of the dear young giil, whose lip Was wont so oft to press . That budding mouth its sweets to sip Oh, think of her distress; 'Tis unfledged manhood's pride and joy, With sighs and tears 'twas brought; Lt no rude s?loke-its lifedestroy Oh, barber, touch it not.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

.News and Ndtes. Thursday, 17th,: Queenscliff was vis ifed by -an ecursioii train from Elaine, Meredith. Steiglitz. Leithbridge, Leigh Road. which cdntaiied4 about' 700 visitors. All of whom expressed their -delight at the beauty of-the place, the magnificent buildings, the splienidid hotel accommodation ; the reserves and footpaths were also commented upon, as were the bathing establishments. The weath er was all that could he wished. They de parited home by th 4.55 train,-where every, attention was paid .by the officials in charge. Thus ended: what they say, was one of the most .enjoyable picnics sehn this year. The successfulk manner in which the arrangements were acirried out is entirely due to the energy displayed by the promoters; Messrs Murphy, Wilson. and Scott. The InverleiT!h Handlicap, worthl £20, was won by Mr Burns' Don. The filly? was ridden by ,James Burns. The following tenders -were accepted by the Board of Land and Works-Erectioni of signal quartbrs, Wilson's Promo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Battle of the Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

Battl1? of the TYarra. . Victorian you see, hbad enjoyed a continued run of prosperity for. iiany years; its people had prospered, and made money h hand over fist, and Imay tell you, my son, neve' hesi ttatedl. to spend it as freely in pleasure. Melbourne grew to be a large and wealthy city, its colossal warehouses and shops grad ually. extended to the suburbs, and colonists thlought of 'nothing but commerce, inoney making and pleasure. We entirely overlooked the fact thit the colony with its. treimendbus trade and magnificent wealth offered a tempt inigprize, at once rich iid rare, 'to'any filibu stering fleet. A?nd so things went on and on until affairs in Europe all at once took Ia sudden change; then the cablegrams from England began to flash tidings of war and rumnours: of war. All Europe was said.to be in a stafe of turmoil and ana chy, 'ad it was whidlpered in Collins street that the home Government had: sent a message to the. Governor that: war Twith Russia ?as imminenit: Th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Rip. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 19 April 1884

The Rip. TO THE 'EDITOR., -Sii,-Can you inform me the Cause of the lip at-ti HeaTisl--Iois, &e Gellibrandt street 29thli1archli ((Port Philip Bay having a very large arei; with a very small entrance, the tidal run it ;the rite of 6 or 7 miles per hour betweien Poinis ' onidale and 'epean, and it is :th'e opposition offered by' the. ocean siwell (of. which there is always .iore or less) to the volume of water carried, seawards by the ebb tide that causes that confused state of:aff?irs. at the Heads, to which the term 'The Rip' has been apphed. 'Hence it will be readily uinderstood that after strong southerly winds, which cause a heavy sea, the Rip is the highest and mostdangerous. and vice versa with northerlywiids ; also that .when the tide is flood, there is no Rip, there being no opposing influence; the navigation; of this locality is always fraught with considciable danger ounaccoint of the inequlity' of ;the bottom, which causes the water to eddy' round inlarge circles, ...

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

The Concert. BY AN AMATEUR CRITIC     A concert was give on on Saturday night at the Foresters' Hall, the proceeds to be de voted to the Queenscliff Wesleyan Sunday school. The atteudance was very good. The chair was ably taken by the Hon. T. E. Beaver, M.L.C., who showed considerable tact and forbearance in managing the rather objectionable conduct, of some of the lads near the door. The programme was opened by the Queenscliff Brass -Band, under the leadership of Mr Robson, which has only been five months in training and the perfor mance shewed that they had worked hard to master the inistruments. There was no mis taking the genuineness of the hearty ap plause which greeted the band at the finish of their first performance in public and the townspeople should feel grateful to the gen- tlemen who compose the banid for the time they have spent in practice so as to make their labor pleasant. Miss Priddle then sang with good taste 'Golden Love', which &amp...

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

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[?] OF THE YARRA. ATTACK ON QUEENSCLIFF Desperate Resistance and Defeat of the Russians. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

hlltn to e o ea ¾ n ATTAP pkON QUEENSQLIFF, )o eate'Res1itaice ana efe i; _thIe Runssian9is. . artlets a?.ll men o on gerly (h ssed i the .iTinltiol 4 iovte1elsc vrybidid a roaen * nde, t e Thioncedio.d mornin 1i 'lgitll 1'.lT or onei a while the -vile ,dulletea tcadeo tionsualy sold as hisky. (" T)hli dy se.ned 1iiUnocuous, for there wasf 1io drunkenness or roNwdyimtosie seen. It :.was felbtoeriiallhides'th'at the' ord&al,' would: n:tiiituri.lly behiilaost::tryinione;ani, every' h.; niychad' wnni nardl: misgivin i'as .to the: .esuaill-. -Past adminisitrAfions vweie'-bitterly, nir~idfo -rieglectiing to thoroughly ,protct. Tihe colbnyl'ywhen '',thley lhads; the6oppoirtu?l . ity. stjll the daily paper~Siteh ;poph.ppoheh. :.lie idea of anyi. hstile.fleet lsuctdessfully (niteiing the E?.Iedst,.butI their ,articles. were w:itten more? ?bitt'hi ew ffcheerig. the" p1DnDelthafi n m'any. actu lifgi of se. .cuity. " Day.after.. da;th11e exciteimenp t xpiedigher S.ind highier until at....

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THE ILL-SHAPEN SHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

THE ILL-SHAPEN SHOE.: , A wag dofa sihoemakear, oncei t is said,. Got out of employmrnt'and,ekeouit of bread; Ndw' strange'was tle course that he chose to pursue, i , - For he sat;down and- fashioned 'an illishapea .Which' he hung in the;street, with these ords on it writ' ."TThis shoe I give freely to whom-it may fit;" "Now, Jove, give me aid ? said the maan,:with ":May the. foot that it fits soon my :shoe be within." "What -a silly? device! For whatl man, any where, Would ever admit such a shoe he could wear ? Yet he had lut.returned to his shop :ind sat down, " Whei.lo Idown, the street came the mayor of the town ..: He-looked at the' shoe as it dangled in air, Read the.words, and exciaimed, "'Tis for me I declr . . .. lie went into the shop and he' askd, with a frown, . "How dare you, display to the. ,whole gaping :.town.. The shape of my foot in. this insolent way;?, You shall pay-for they mischief you've done me to-day. . - - Besides,"': he - continued,: ' you impudent wight, ...

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THE GIRL WHOM NOBODY LIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

E GIRL WHOM NOBODY LIKES. T- Have you eveorinet the sarcastic young woman? No I Well, I have, and 'I'm sorry for it. ?She `is' a pest.1 ýThe 'giddy girl, the gushing girl, and the :lackadaisical miss are not ornaments whose 'loss would cause the world grief, but they can be tolerated. ? The saicastic maiden should be suppressed by law. Suffered ? Yes, I,.have, and will not again. The eschool is growing;. Nobody likes the sarcastic girl ; everybody fears and many hats her.- 'Her: stock-in-trade may originally have been satire, but has long ago degenerated into impudence; it has slipped her ability to see the difference between what was and what is -between satire and 'impudence. She has ibeen fostered in the family circle, and gene. rally stays there.' She began with mild criti. ciatn of her friends, and ends' by lampooning them N'Now she has none, and caricatures her, acquaintances. Her parents applauded her early efforts, and she retaliates by stayig on' their hands,. The family th...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

OURILLUSTRATION. DREAMS. -By Louisa. He smiles, in his baby.slumbers, At visions free from dread Perhaps of the watching angels, SWho guard the golden head; While his mother's happy dreaming Peirces the future gloom, And brightens with golden fancies The peaceful sunlit room. She hears in that mystic dreamland Praise of an honored xame, And reads on her boy's bronzed forehead A hero's noble fame Sees the feet her hands have guided Lead armies brave and grand, And ascend the heights of glory, In a far foreign land. Then full on the solemn stillness She hears the organ peal, ' And sees before God's great altar A boyish figure kneel, Who becomes, with earnest purpose, A soldier of the Cross, And will bear his Master's banner Through sorrow, shame, and loss. Then she pictures wreath of laurel Crowning a poet young, Whose pure songs of rarest sweetness A wide world spell have flung; .Till she longs, with tender triumph, For that glad far-off time, When years shall bring to her darling Gl...

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