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The Feminine Hat. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 March 1885

The FemIinine Hat. • The average female is just now crazy over hats. If she hasn't 'got'a soft felt, with a rakish crown, and a' thievish-looking brim, she. is crazy to, get, one ; and if 'she has'got' one; she is wild because she, didn't getthe othr'ijpattern' Not that the present style, if it is a' style, is' dnbecomiing, or foolish, or, idiotic, or anythingof' that kind. On the contrary, .we, have, no. doubt it is immensely pretty, and economical, and sensible. But' then it'is so unsatisfactory ! The charmed aind'delighted woman who has just got her. new hat puts it on at th~ glass; observes the effect .in front, surveys both sides, and endangers. her neck by trying to get a peep' at the rear. She smiles com-i :placently, takesone niore glance sideways as she leaves the; room, and 'sallies out.. She, wears an air of triumph, as much as to say "Bring out your. hats. . ,Here's one that rather takes the shine off anything on the street." Leave that triumphaint feniale now, and meet ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
We Disagree. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 March 1885

We Disagree. : . A modern phliosopher says, "No thoroughly. occupied man was ever miserable." That is all rot. We have been often fully occupied all. night in hunting the festive flea, and all day in keeping out of the way of our creditors, and yet we weren't happy.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORK OF THE BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 March 1885

WORK OF THE BEES. A lady correspondent writes frotµPeori;, Ill,, to the Prairie Farmer : I ras'amnaed .lately at the .ability;of th'e bees to clean an article soiled with honey. I had the mis fortune to spill ?bnie extracted hdoey in the buggy, into which I dropped my veil. When Ireaohed !hdij I spread the veil oiut on the lbooseberry bushes, thinking it could never be used again.., The next day was fiie,,and towards evening, noticing the veil, I found the honey all gone. i Thjde of thie' preced-; ing night had'nioistened it, and the bees had removed it all.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Agricultural, &c. SUBSTITUTE FOR A SILO. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 28 March 1885

SU?BTITUTI FOR A BLO . "''81 'Those who have tested ensilageliow clail. thatithe use of a silo6is unnecessary, and the following plan is .proposed instead:: Stick the clover, rye orwhatever is useid to the desired height, and then put over it'stight. floor 'and afford'pressure with heavy weigh~as It is said that the weight prevents the air entering the mass the same as if there were ,walls at the side' of the sta6?. Others claim that, while such method aniwer yfortelover or rye, in ithe case of corn fodder sufficient jiressure coild no't be secured to dispense with the sidiwalls.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

A sh'obp advertises "eal imitat on lace." Thmon a pun he harder No'brass u??l.anplay as ma airs as a dram-major can put on. There must be something wro about a person who is always right. r ?W1y6Yifsb'""sdi?itant ?" said a tramp to a beefsteak in the restaurant window. "Guilty or not guilty?" sharply said an sie-udge-the4otherýday. to an inattentive female prisoner in the dock. " Just as your hpugopleses.~],thnot ,4for the likes o' me to dictate to your honor's worship," was the re iA' ;Ndi atheiiatical Problem. - If a kitchen is'l7fti long, 15ft. broad, and 10ft, high', and thei i shovel' pokih, fitongs cost lls. 6d.; hat'is'tlhe name of t#ecook ? " If you want to look for heroes in our 'diiy," 'aysiv womai writer "you must look fo'r'he'in id 'the' ltei n'I3 act. That's whe e the p oliiemri'ip~i ids!fi't6f his time whehion)duty. ..If .dIl ,/, ? ?] "id, you ,e·irb1.' go to a military ball?" asked a lisping ,a aidof an,pl.,veteran. "No, my dear," growled the old soldier. "I once :had...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Great Writer's Style. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Te treat~WInter' s Stlyle. I eY ;knoaote^artgie anth6te6rot>ore16t! re, &f vd ( -1.q L-11 ; ai ino i. ide -as th I besit ithe He rits or the, papers-espeially one For is sebutliher a ranOer aee 11#h 11 ha c nea . Ya p uend andg That-for wrappingtirparcels nob ler coufd aers by hi fh iae beg to Are the caue.qf .oth jounal's importance and. w t T, ............ . , . , i A thinking t faldstpAlhe'd give a last hit, When a tap on thcedoor made him answeni .ES'J .0.ome;ini,', a 97711iu i rfoid .AndbtlIere entered i;youth whotvas.tal-aQnd was thin. ~rnii-,qr:o),or pi .li>? "Good day, sjii,'lhe Baid p^LhhavejiUst'lled to see ionrIl I ,h If you some advice will acgrd. unto me. ,6 I'm an amateur wr~ ; my aimaf winll tel: It's to study the style y Lf6a"mastered so well. i'0 My parents randp, nM. aie not spared any To"s e e hat I'm gifted with isoblb4angFpaT a I' I've a gooddeducatitn;tgodd.wvit, and good il :,se~t6~nsc.·l l-lj.im 0- t ii w i In 1( Ij y desirotoi r ia t ri eo iq i...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A COW FOR PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

, The most -profitable,-cow, is- the one that. phsp nost~cproption;ohertcost o?id keeidj:e !'hatnwill .be admitted. Suppose,_o ia l t'ace th'atttiheyield oat co' thLatoriginally oost!50 dol;. aid whli 'keepig 'co'st half as much :a.that bfaiother cbw; that'oilgii~ ll." cost ,000lo1., o.was regularly, thtovthrds-as much as the yield of the latter. Clearly, thdifo'rmeriwonld-be'thenidsf lirofitible c,)wo individually considered. d ,ery.l liglipri?yl cows are.not practical for dairy purpsese if ve d8n~iyooko tbto e ion iidual. A ' 000 oi.. cow cannot be ma'ed'idjft'py as muh at t?h1 pai 6-1as ago ?m 2 e s ire can, uiil late- ode -?t? -e is extraor-j dinarv. B, .the, profit ifrt r these. high •riced co~s-frofn our improved.lbreeds-:is roit"wvliollykaiiresenedify''h?{?lar'y pro, ducts .uLTheir offspringa's=vulbilbe, antd right erheesin thereftheiicoatriffaa u e d iimmots co-. Amaeen the ful hbloods g@;palcoh!opmom cow,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REARING COLTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

h REARING COLTS. Li raising goodhorses as much depends u on the' rpatment-bestowed upon the colts, fram dayiof oaig.iuntil they arrive at full dqgeopm?~it' as Jupon thet blood of r thel a iiiala'tACommon mare oflno distinguished:, ancestry often produces colts-that by proper "? a?£1 eang, wvll;r?velpin o far, more abeands ?usful~ amalsd tha?;olts from, .r ldes. g cad.ht ghip' i iiheage, if leftf witliou; proper attention during-th'ei iearl?.~ ingrowingstage f extsence. iNo, n a rof rydebqlzIg Fjtarvet at ay Line during iufaniy. The :true secret of succes in' horse rearing is found inl rýgºtlgf· f?.Jaud QgL ' tl'b'e eirtois;'tf lthieceap. lplfiances ,produce4 bothgrovth; andi musie,/. feeding is a profitless business. While fetil ing, e\ven..if .thec..colt comuis from a 'very comimo'orn , ll gratly to its value; Tli?5aribor droesg isessential in even:thet very best strains of horses. .t:r

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural &c. HATCHING EGGS WITH WARM WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

r i -I '"i. . a , i .ttATCGHIN&ff GS WITH WARBIM,:,'. -TlhSiho ea Malleyl"side&fsays that dowa, in Long.Valley, on- theFarley ranch; thereiija a lauge warm ýj),rg lfhJ tilised ain;a dioVelm'A ncr in the iatch ug of chickens. A large box ia placed in the waters of .the spring, aud ii1thia box are placed the number of eggs desred t?-be hatched. The water is of juat sulficieuttemperature to make a per feet pa'irai' inubatorranik being of a uni-. form' g 'of eat requiics but little atteun ti6~~idtahe eggsiare haichhed with ibetter resta'? tai-anli". bd6idoe by any old hen..', I Ii^tv..ff ^;^" -.;-fi

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

PBEAOHlSACE.YlS ace jeach juI from iii smaill saucepan;' adi equal vdlumwd f ater, liftle more sugar.i d eight or ten isis; obil thist tenlibites, strain, and fsI before servihg:acd'edight drops Royal, extract bitter almonds. OYSTER OMELET.-Oyster omelet is made of six eggs beaten very light, half a cup of cream, with pepper and salt to taste; put a 1tblelspo~oinsf ia 6f buier iito ihot saucepau, and when it is melted pour the eggs, etc., into it, and before it hardens drop a dozen 'good-sized-oysterISgut-itf lv~erals fTffy ffti' a delicate brown, and turn, if necessary, but it is better not to do so, but cook on one side only. This may be accomplished if the fire is rob too hot. . S Dl left over from dinner 4ihipt, ke iexcelent side, :dish'-D, cut xithoaý7tnfsmall pieces,"phut'a i'a *-lump' -of"biý tt'i - " i saucepan, and .brown tli.meat; in-that;'sprinkle pepper ad shlt hnd some .flour over it, and yhen themeat brown add.half a pint of 'stoc1 -hilne inot .beove ch to be good, and...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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MOON CHANGES AND WEATHER TABLE for April, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

MOON CHANGES AND WEATHER TABLE for, April, 1885. Last quarter 8d 12h 22m am. Cold. Showery New moon ...15d 3h 31r pm. Changeable First quarter.22d 7h Om am. Fair if wind S Full moon ...29d 3h 54m pm. Changeable

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Florid. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

.. . .- . . Florid. "The chariot of war i p'?ngnon cls and gnashing its tceth mi 11 ' al a. feri orato a y.ya crowd during tlhe i?.eseitement overhere. We didn't know that a chariot wheel -could do the gnashing business. We'veheapr ofa sashing the teeth of a wheel, ud it was a cog-wheel. It is quite pr6b?bl tha thfl'eiiias'ioned orator may have u ed the word teeth, 1 se the chariot ed IilltiddMdM ' o ' o' n &ed witlh spokes. 4. li, .1L . ý?J

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Rare Bits [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

; say Bones, cItii. out? iiic why rapb bits are good confiCtiofirs.; .Wive it up. , Cause' tley imake. plcn lid pe. j ^ h y are more rabbits caniwht in ltry weathertlhan in wet. -Becaus they go' to the traps to firnd the spiig . SWhy are very young rabbits lie 5squat Stes who take in stock to feod; Because rthey are graziels:::. -' :' Why is a little rabbit':like a Scotch womsuih's baby. BcCau cit:i': a buiiny 'wee thing. .:: If you wanted to make bread what :kind of rabbit would you take. Give it up.- Why the doe (dough) of course. SWhy arihe .Quenscliff :oincill Give it up. Because they live in lhe Borough. If the Russians did come, why should we be like rabbits eating poisoned carrots. ..Give it up. Because Ithey would blow , us up and then we should die.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Keep Cool. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

A certain lady who is not unknown ii: Newton society has been twice a widow, but is now the pride of a third husband. The lady alludes to her husbands as her " first," "former" and " present." 3he often .Fielahri loasaiiiintimemories"of 'ib4 nds one and two. The, atter she describes as a man who always endeavored 'to appear perfectly cool and collected on everX occasion.,, One lymm hy were s a #Dig tgau; ffand were aroused in The middle of the night by an alarm of fire. Te lames. were burning fiercely;jIt te e ni and calmly_saidlto his wife : ?n "Dress carefully my.dear, just as much as if you ,·ir~;epeparmng for a ball." Well, thby"fiinally eft the room and got out on the lawn-iriflfety, )vith their ort. ,itanteau~'sieh rescua'i, ih'ieh'usband i me diately began to dilate upon the advantage of always tekin£ thin~ scoollly, to tvhich his wifcirppltlethatt~s le tbhbrod hiy agrced with him, but he hac.li orgotthii to put on his in -c-.-m.,s:, l os,;ndl..hr-hnac ... . .... .,,

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Fishermen [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Fishermen Qneer iff' people buy their fish by day, and seldoin give, a thought to the .terrible dangers. that; are braved by the m'ieniwbo catc'ijit:for us:, Blinding sleet,. wakves mouiitains :high,. dazzling light ning,. deafening thunder,. these brave :.oilers of the sea face them all;: with only a few .planks between themn and eter ity. Tlien when we drahiw loser over our wrnar ires as the wind howls iround the house, let us think of the Queens cliff and ,'other:: fishermen,' and" pray. for Gbd'Si blessing on: those in peril on;' the, sea.'

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The Talisman. A SOUDANESE BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

The Talisman. A a ý 0_ýSUDAkNE i": BALLAD. A masgen faiV, of htig dere .14rd6-lier lb4r did'shggest, Just like the kuights of old, that he i ' Should of advtntures go in quest. Said she, "Thus would I have you prove Your oft-repeated tale oflove." Said he,ý "The world is rowing small HeneeJik1e Aleander, I, In order lo!obey, yohricalli To arms, for other worlds must sigh.i " Oh ! stuff andenonsense," she replied. s' "I thought 'twas but for me you sighed."P 1: .Hezanswer; made :i "A 'A good. dea ; i aad st'ru'c me i to Soudan I'f1lhie !i .,, ['1, risk the sea-sickness, my dear, To prove my love for you, or die. But ere we part, give me that ring As talisman, good look to bring." She gave the ring, but said, " Take care !p?rt With that there ring you take my heart,,, Just take my tip : you'll badly fare If ever with that ring you part." " Good-bye !" said he, " I'm going afar This ring shall be my guiding stai. f ej-LJFot deeis ty .rtinm. Raad sle ; fi feari That something awful has ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Trumpet. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

The Trumpet. The trumpet's voice hath roused the land, Light up the beacon pyre ! A hunridred hills have seen the brand, And waved the sign of fire; A, hundred banners on the breeze 'Their iadiant folds have cast- Aiud, harkr was that the sound of seas t A king to war went past. The chief is arming in the hall, 'The. peasant by, his hearth; The mourner hears the thrilling call, And. rises from the earth,, :. Te nmother on her.! rst.born son Looks with a boding eve.--· THEY come not back, thougl all be won Whose young heart,s,leap so high. The, bard hiath' .eaeed his song andsbound - The falchionlto his side;. E'en for the marririe=altar crowned, The Idver iuits his bride. And all this haste,-ana change, sind fear, By earthly clarion spread! B1ow, will it be when kingdoms hear Theblast that wakes the dead ?

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A Christmas Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

A ChristmaFStor.y [This story was senm as a cbrist as com petition story. It W itoo aff ectingf'or our av rage.rea rsooweheld it~er. a nowp pr~sei it it tou r eaders with allUits enil;e "Vhatlk ild ?" ; " Will we have t'rkey for dinner to morrow?" " No, dear boy. It is for the rich to eat turkey on Christmas Day." The widow wiped a pearly tear from her eye with the .softfolds of'her'gingham apr ..... r"Mother ," ' ;`Wil·t.me child ?" . l.turkey-too-rich for_:us.:?... " I do not think a turkey would be too rich for our consumption, my child. It is we who are not rich enough for the turkey." "Mother i?' : I catch our m eanm g. i p, . :"'Bý?l?s?'you, my darling boy" and thel .woollyhead was clasped lo ltos the bos-i?o ."...Mother, "said ýtheprave boys '° wlit? vill you, dish up forraat Xur r stma: "Alas, my son, I ha eabut a:megryTjepait to set before you.. Tohe. is intshe cupoard ut Bpound lcale, a Jar m of ia.mfw mince is, a pialtry box of sardines, afew poids; ~i Hold ! enough..,.?O...

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The White Dove. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

The White Dove. There sitteth a dove so white andfair All on the lily spray, And she listeneth when taour Saviour dear The little children pray. Lightly she spread4 her friendly wings, And to heaven's gWte hath sped; And unto the Father in heaven she bears The prayers that :he chiIdren have said' And beck she comes from heaven's gate,. And brings--that dove so mildl' From the Fatherin heaven who hears her : speak A blessing for every child. Then, children, lift up a pious prayer; It hears whatever yotr say, That heavenly dove so white and fair, That sits on the lily spray. |m ~ ~ -- - m• Pw-rm

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885 [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Elhe t2utiýeT. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1885 THERE's nothing goes down like quack ery. At some tiine or another everyone has: invested in an (advertised) infallible cure, and rapid fortunes.are occasionally made out 'of the sale of a patent medi cine. One patentee of a favorite gentle saline purgative is now the ` occupant of a lunatic asylum on account of the im mense amount of money he made through the sale of his patent "medicine " Too much money bath made him mad. There is no expense in produc tion, and all depends for success on jildicious advertising. The swallow of a ggullible public is alwa~v' read v .and people wiho, will ,not emiplov a I duly e qialified medical practitioner never he " i e ate in sRquandr i ,teir, niian i .i. f. i q ,uackeryrwhidch, Iy ,ontiuous usleventui allv destrov the ioftgs nature 'iti'prdde ad 'ioi. Aequently ruims the constituitioi S"Throw. physic to tliedogs 'said a Sman I ho lived 4 the time of the Eliza: Sbethan era, arid ho is generally cre4it ted wi...

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