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

Advertisirig lMedium for ort arlington And Drysdale D:istriots. CO .' ;:; 'ri hurch Servi ce s t T, ,i S'I ; '"f+ + +,.r. Zii+l rX,+? l '.': . . ..:.. : O.n. unii April nth I.p, . 1' ,,ý 'i I ,llb i!re.:!i ed;, in connection . llawthorni , *'{tp;? I if-; V . .... ;-o i ovI l .+ '^ . : o f Siof Service-Ii a"m ad *7p.m ' O .i. uthu 'foll wing Tue.flav, April 7th., ¶r&RE R'R C.FLOCKART. ' (eileut;-f -ln.e Victorian and Tnsmnanin' '^^ Conferencc)j U. ive p ' ie ^4E WA'W Il1 I·; , dteRform Sir liat ' C urch 'b -'Chlirtoetaln bv tl'e R . J..Marland. i JDo.rsopen at 7.30.L, ecture to, commn.ee .t 8 p ie "m ",. , ;ep b i? .; id- of,, t i ,. , ; , d Tickets OneShillingench. ... . :; Procdeds ,tofnivnit?ry ';in aid of the School .'uniidsi! . - w " : - . ....? \ " ':.:t: u? ? -- , '* - , rICTO. RIAN .jA WAAY:S, 'Eý r ASTER EXCUSIONS. iHolidayEv uirsion ticket~ will be isaued to and tfroiii' ll stations, Deniiliqgirii and IMoama' ILineia inibluded (slbhrbaiin" lines excepted), •from' '3...

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

Portarlington Races. A meeting of the stewards and committee of the Portarlington Racing Club was held at the Foresters hall on Saturday. It was re solved that the' annual iaces should be held oii 'Tiriirday, 28th M.iay, `aids listibf 'the events is to be drawn up. One reason in favor of the time of year for the races, is that the course, which is a sandy one, will be inpiproved by the heavy rains.

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

rIA:. a 1Ic iAotoris?Sala i i lOSli I1I Mr. Ba'rdoft givei' b~^eihterestin g facts o,,,uo hi,mA agiL.eaxperience..One of -the-most curiob-is ithe rapid-riseiiff"alue `of tle services of nopifr playes . jOjhe late 1\rrl ?dogeH o yje or exampl ; . Ban eirbft says +thfit h )that a lt? firauplayed Eccles in ' Caste," he received a salary of =£18"a elE""®9"'Tew-years- B - cyoft engagedjhq mto'p8yJ Uir art at tie Haymarket a salary of £60. He re fers to a certainjel?t -ze e as they,call gager eqt,ýheigavel£9ýti weekp, whose.silary ,regently mlounf4 ko? .jrij-Therj highest land" it'iij.s;,! wfe h td'" h me ....... .a; ,w?ho, whenesherfiisttcaneitol LIodhon,''dtiil'd not obtain, a foot? ywhte,.MissHelen Terry, durin( her fi gment,by the 'Bancrof , hhl £0 a we e, wlidch was con liýdi 'ý 'iig lgh'l i l'aP$? Ot'`g "t " !f. wbtar are tissrerfyjs iw 1kkly ®arfiifis fide:? Mrls. nýnorofl herself;,bygthe swyinevenlaad aore tlý\n ,9 a ,eee tduriugr f ipg o pugair aysa !Satihie Sr n!J n

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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numberous Class. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

An Alarming Disease Affict ing a Numerous Class? .The disease commences with a slight de* aungernent of the stomiach, but if neglected. it in time. involves the whole frame. em,' bracing the kidneys, liver. panccreas, and, in fact, the entire glandular system, and the afflicted drags out it' mi3erable existence until 'death.gives relief from suffering.. The disease is often .mistaken for other, corn plaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions, he will be able, to determine whether he himself is one of the afflicted-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty, in breathing after eating ? :Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsinesi? Have the eyes a yellow tinge?. ,Does: a thick, sticky, mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a di.~agreeable taste ? Ls the tongue coated ? I, thee' pains in'the side and back? Is there a fulness about the right side as if the liver were enlarging ? Is there costiveness ? Is there vertigo or diz...

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

A Shock;'" One (if tle most be t utiful actresses of one of ourl'1eading theatres received daily, for about a:mnotith; a' little bouquet of violets, tShe foundl the bouquet in her dressing.room, or with the;doorkeeper everyQ evening as the play'as aboit to bebgin ; and this simp!e offering of an unkno.wn love ,much ,affected h'ei'"'Wil"lc'ting ;'sie 'lodoked carefully ,around-at the-drf s circle alid stalls, and even behind the scenes-but to no purpose; shefwa ' thgs 13reA il(otýeeoise the wmh of bouquete... And thereupon she gave her imagiuatiou'fode rein, and the imagina tion ofar abctres9 :;ifver?'slimilar to that of other folk's, Was he a wealthy squ:Ltter, ~ ho wished to captivate her heart before placing at her feet his loye and station-?, Or ivas lie 'aiLrrtist, t6o bashful to declare'his passion ? She interrogated: the' boxkeepcr, aun, in short; everybody 'mployped'i the theatre, but nobody knew anything about it. Still the. bouquets camet .. s, l.; ,i "i)o 'theytell ýus, th...

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

:Billiards Last Wednesday night we had .the pleasure of witnessing a very pretty. and: scientific match at billiards, 250 up, played by two brothers (Cliffiies.); Great excitement prevailed, and the room was pretty full but not over crowded. Some whispering was going on about six to four. on-the gushing youth who was in grand form and certainly did play a pretty game so much that his boss, Quills, asked him. when he learnt, he blushing replied ' taught myself sir," just after making a large break, which caused great applause, his brother gradually began to draw, upon him, the youth being 213, and his oppon ent- 190, who evidently began to think it was time to put on the agony which he did to some purpose, but the gushing youth was too much and landed the game by nine amidst much rejoicing. Stewart and Co., photographers, of Bourke street east, Melbourne, advertise in this. morning's issue. The Easter railway. excuirsion adver tisement will be found in another column. A' ball is to b...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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How it Feels to be in a Battle. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

:Eow.itFFe'els:tob' e in;a Battle. The questionihas : f en lee'asked, "lHowi do soldiers feelwhen'inbattle'?" and it is one diflilult to~o'ah ~nsf e'ri ? ' I"bo g experience Lamyngvetqrans ipitheranp lellst?t~vj'.ritell to blieve thliat the e notion eqsgr enced in _gpng :unaer ffi s mucn tlie.same.wA! all ,.ie.t.? I. t the rawfre"ait·the crash' of small. armsi aiindth'e;'roxr of'mcannon' ýdt iiinply ppglligi; lef!tt tha.t A .w?wsgoing forward Sce ta)n "death ,'iVth pale .cheel 'and clenchedl teeth, ie held.hi place i :deermnind •to'ilo?d ihs duly slidt he"rhight: ?f veryP uinich'exite;a he'iloadde' i hi:fiiusk"et4 and ffdrgetting to put onjtl.be ndoessary percussion cap,-. ?ent thrgq?ghp .. he : motion;.,of"firing,, oply to ram a .fresh cariridge on the top of the rst one, fwlien'f'tie r tfirs time using a :cap, he'waid inconthiolrietY nolckid as n by thetremen6ous'ri~oil:ofhis,'gan, andibeliered ,heiw?s s,qba-ly )) oudgdl,.,IJstanees? are known where muskets have been found on batt...

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

Football. A meeting of those interested in football was held at Sievers' on Wednesday night. There was a moderate attendance and Mir J. Wellard occlupied' the chair: The chairman stated the object of the meeting, viz.; the disbanding of the True Blue football club and joining'Queenscliff qr. forming the True Blue. club again this season. After some discussion it was decidedl to wvr to to the. Sp6rts Club stating fth it if they would change the colors of the cluh from blue a:nd white to blue and white guernsey, blue knickerbocklrs, and red hose the True Blue would join the Quenselilf and if not they would form a club of their own. The meeting wa:s adjourned for one week, to await an answer' from the Sports Club.

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The Verdict of an Auckland Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

The Verdict-of an Auckland Curiousetorie ,,heabeen often told re apecting thedings ofjuries whenlookedup toconsdghadel r:.rverdict, but theyfolloinw novei` 'mode om~iikg to a decision, if not ne?jis aa'tleast amusing? As it 'ould spil thetory toiprinitotherwise tan a e lated, we give-..i; the man's own'word : "Gentlemen," said \the speaker to a com pany of us who had assembled at Walker's Imperial Hotel, chatting over old times, "I was pursuing the even tenor of my way when I found myself in Auckland, carrygg aon thepeaceful avocalton of a land agent, including the Jucrative busijis6 bfliupplying the rebel Maoris' ithtlea en sash-'veights, -wax-matcheseand eyelethhl'"" 1 "What was that for?" demanded one of nthe'comp, ainy~t . ;. ' L;:!!,: ,.. " "Well,; you 'se,e ,was the-calm treply,. ,' gunpowder, ibullets-;andcipercussion caps were contraband ,of, warAththe, time, andI?i had'bodesire; for a, neck-stretcheri at. the; hanids of Sir'Duncan Cameron, It was be foreýRangariri: So I' ii...

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Gas Company [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Gas Company The QueenJsliff Gas and Coke company was opened on Friday last, a bhnquet being- held at Baillieu Hotel to celebrate the occasion. There were about 40 gentlemen present, and the chair was occupied by Dr. Bromby, cuair man of directors. After justice had been done to the good things provided the chair man proposed the Queen and Royal family which was drunk with musical. honors. The toast of the Parli4ment of Victoria was proposed by Mr Crespigny and responded to by Mr Bur rawes, The Army and Navy was responded to -by Lieutenants Otter and Uruphelby. Mr :Simpson proposed the directors of .the com pany which was responded .to by Dr Bromly. The healths of Mr Hutchison, lMr Dixon (the secretary) the press and the ladies were all duly honored. The speeches were interspersed with songs, and Mr Sykes of Melbourne pre sided at the piano.

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Fables from Æsop. THE WOLF AND THE LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Fables from lEsop. THE WOLF AND THE LAMB. A wolf recliing oi.day on a mossy b4lk .,Ws m 4itating on tlietiollowness ofhumane aplirations (foui?dd on tii! e tiness inhisi corporel interi CO ohisiot hav i ha dany lun0h) and tTl lde elr?e stat the ?_?vern...t an n ol dies th pres e dtage ofdthe Christian era; :when a lamb made its appearance on the otherside of the stream, an ex-treme-ly unwise precaution on its part, who, seeing the wolf, became very frightened, and " desired to be informed of the c'rect time. ",,,·J isionsof. roastlamb-and'mint sauce floated through the wolf's imagination and, eol nnl to Mthe (edge 'of the stream, lthe~ saa? Y'o dri.i ,myavwel. . ..Welllf4' "ii,-' said the lamb in an'undefftoie. "You stolety:hiiftbrella last week," said the wolf. " You're another," replied the lamb. 'I;Which other," 'saidl'tle' ??lf. But the lamb, not-being good at, parsing, tried 9. paise on ;i bit th ewolf iuidclily showed-j that ; the f verb to move vwas actve-ivoice, present tens...

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

Portarlington. S'Tlhe first anniversary of the Portarlington Gospel Temperance Blue Ribbon Mission took place in the Temperance Hall Portarlington on.. Moi~day, 30th inst.. The proceedings, which took the form of a tea and public meet ing, were well attended. *A large number of .sympathisers from Queenscliff airived in a coach and four during the afternoon. After justice had been done to the goods, a public meeting took place, presided over by the. Rev. John Steele. After a few iritroductory remarks and the singing the opening hymn by the choir, which was augmented by a de tachment from Queenscliff, the chairman called on the secretary to read the report for the past year. The secretay reported that during the year ending February 25th, 1885, no less than 240 pledges had been taken, fully 80per cent, of which had remained true to their vow, and that during the year St. Leonards, Murrodoc, and South lPaywit had been visited with very encouraging results, and the retiringcommittee tru...

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What a Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Whal iro t f i bt + dM _Jis A'cutno'i 'httle a need td . just now amus )in gthieb peopldin 5 Aded"e. M 1iP..R`?.J1tted thelothpgrdafIthatci':two!maouths., P.co ld s~vallo~?eight ? threetdpzen qo oytefs ;inone hour. Hlie ofeý d ;himself aud. the ,one: er' " mi . The bt was t. en,. and telie d kiy jted.ti'Eglhty=rthre `a iozen oys~ters wveroe forth coonitik:; M:'h1rafs ateico edoz'en, ra gforuiis, s;ervant?aaun d boderel intlie· thler.mou " His servant went=outi-re. urned a1` blrrougl~A i--a pr-! No.need to say- tlihait' the ieh y.twob remaining dozen were gobbled up 'iniuch:eIs' thadn'ti I?'fitr. But nhoqwcomes the great;discihsiQn ; nind it remainss tobe seen ?ghether.the unmpiresailI decide that thle i~bt u won.?he losers sy, SWe lihvid twoo mh wer to eat t boysters;,4tiredr slie wininerhot`- veryl) iftp lbetly..replied, ;,ir ~jow .couldlyou; fanoylany. thinglsaye.t.,ajigl, nl, dpso; o The answer taripll avery weld lame upn all { ucltdiWýgusti trtshtc1os as fIese, but a quarrel has...

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

ori~i i " ggy~ný L~f/g"y fiAPA t~ ~Tt~ r J ,l r~io[o t4 :1j ;"I }J~~J~:U L kL A J Y (ý / 1 "a A" v i 7I I " ¢ 1 I4 yo n l itMý1Wk ryw aF ( 4 ut ., .,.. 2. .. ý L' ~. a tiýiiww ý r , .sa t/ r t+ w r, 7.'

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The Sincerest Flattery. A BOXING NIGHT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

The;ASinceeMst Flattery. ti ' rhea th e~ate Mr. H. J. B yon-"4vas fdi orP oft* t ; flie veteran playwright, Mr. E. L. BlIschafi contri b ia. l(beenii 'ygoocd.,forn he'"a'varions times to make the acquaintance in private 'of agreatmnimberrofb clowans. 'Away from the fobh lis alwa bonnd thlr peculiarities i;tt `lffeirelIht 1?rom'lie popular notions entertained. One would be given in his leisure moments to the study of divinity and the abstract sciences; another would be -found athirfireside m alihg t"ii6del fors?6"soi new improvement in mechanical engineering, by which he hoped to realise large sums. ,. e.clownwas., a landscape-painterwho us"ed to live through the summer by the sale of hi's cleveir sketches in water-colours ( another; urned his spare hours to remunera iive account by drawing droll caricatures of 'pop?iar personages, which wire ?iea'rel' 'ought hp in thle"belief tlis"tlhey had been 'idrawnby, acelebrated:Frisnch artis., u1tif, .,An old clown of other.dala:wassan enthu ...

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How Love Makes Fools of Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

.,' HowLoveiakes.Fools of lMen. , L i t goo0d I wh larago??f'?aon ~t l?E ie`c ver S meft rine, lbo!trneipaifalladyauirdeal'df aft'entiop, andshe was delight d at the qutlook.i :whd ihad grown ntired o6f the .ordinary routihe' iof lbove makiiag ad toug"th tIhe ntroducionb l of tlienew, element ofi brams+ miglt, madle' thiis. ,ffair mpre. ;tlerabley tlaiinits! irdecessbr`s Th were .w'e erlchrmingevreiigdei in mlxed company en very tender thng ir?e&$ saidih'veý bnrght aslion, [ i1 JT'.,he~dear>ma - 1t 0ii' e11, i?'t liefoie'fate a(gapedf?hiim thelopportunitylofaltitte=ri.t tee with.hiso fisme; it ealledl him Itor$[anhther part o sh, croIny nds pinn?a, mad,, hour) ie roite, and"he bganis letter min this style-! ihDa.Diies ;i'yiprettSity e evec thinkiofk herr absenti a-sugar:plum?., t'.Thist ":eettled:i tlieý ·,hole bys'in?.1 +hat nice,plum nighthave gone on an. diseaangce d e and New on =for *it aiSill wisd . She never redoe' sentence tiior'i offtthtiionug 1eleer.' S`hie e' ,...

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

Maxims The following " marriage" maxims are worth more than a hasty reading. Hus bands should not pass them by, because they are designed for wives; and wives should not' despise them,: because they are addressed to husbands= 1: The very nearest approach to domes tic happiness,on earth' is in the culti vation on both sides of absolute unselfish ness. <2. Never both be angry at once. 3. Never talk at one another, either alone or in company. 4. Never speak loud to one another un less the house is on fire. 5. Let each one strive to yield oftenest to the wishes of the other. 6. Let self-denial be the daily aim and practice of each. 7. Neverfind fault unless it is perfectly certain that. a fault has been committed, and always speak lovingly. 8.. Never taunt with a past mistake. 9. Neglect the whole world besides rather than one another. 10. Never allow a request to be re peated. m i11. Never make a remark at the ex pense of each other-it is a meanness. 12. Never 'part for a da...

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Police. (Before Dr Williams and Mr C. C. Simpson, J's.P.) Thursday, 2nd April. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Police. (Before Dr Williams and Mr C. 0. Simpson, J's.P.) Thursday, 2nd April. A man named. John Thornton- was brought up on the charge of selling pills made up of cobwebs', &c.. : Inspector Toohev conducted the.pro seeutiou', and iMr Dwyer- defended the prisoner. Mary Burns, the wife of John Burns. deposed--'lhat on the 27th March the prisoner called at her house, and intro duced himself as Professor Thornton. He asked a few questions abitiiý: her lad, who was subject to fits. She said that she. would give alt, st anything if he could be cured, antd prisoner replied that lie would. cure hini for 'l.Os. He subsequently eanie with; the pills pro duced, and said they were not medi ciile;, but were coumposed of stuff which was never born. He asked for the 10s, and then handed over the pills. The boy took one with some ywater. When the prisoier was present tlhe lad: had a fit Prisoner rubbed the boy's hands, and said he would SOont be all right.. Be also mentioned that lhe had c...

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

1OwO READT. Mw oizPaoce, By Post ztihtpence. A NEtw woRK ON REPRODUCTIVE ORCANS BY R. J. POULTON. The alve work is a popular treatise on he MPRODUCTIVE ORGANS, showing their Construction, Fanctions, and the Drangements to which they are lialle. tUs Ilttle book is one which may be I Md with advantage by all who are r s of obtaining information on a 8bJeot which ought to form a portion of I* Education of the Male sex. A kn jw. g of this subject ia undoubtedly of uioulable Value, as by it many of the which aflict after life may be avoi )od W remedied. Copies will be forwarded under strict ever to any address on reoeipt ot postge el up issued by any of the colonies. R. J. POULTON, 186 BOURKE STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. Consult The PHYSICIANs of the AUSTRALIAN SMEDICAL and SURGICAL INFIRMARY. DEFOBMITIES, SPECIFIC. FEMALE and NER Vous Diseases a SPECIALITY. Send for (free) TBAT~inonI VITALITY, NERVOUS DEBILITY S(Diagnosis and Treatment). DISEASES of -). WoxEN--upture--Deforriities, &...

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A Little Mixed. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 4 April 1885

Sj . .4..ittle .Mixe~d. , Ssmeomfew,daysi agb ia'ceitaln well-kt'o? grocer became thc f the rof.a abouncing boy,i and during the forelion,a lad camqinto the store, and, approaching- the counter where 0J6hn"' stoodleaniiig' oiieellcho on the, show;: icase,"dreamily and~abstirdctedly gazing into thed im, future,, she ?broke1 the profound silence Iy,ýtin ""'" lo'6do Sou selU l your sugar ?" ' Eight and i 'halfioPibdsU"il' as the reply. + "'Bestquality?'I0 ' ;, -: Best qualityr youn,ever sa -nothbi 'like it, I think, i..4 lbourne ",sati Johi,,begri mng to warm up A?i he subject. "Is it white?'", ,t;., .," White I You'oa'hht itosee it. Why,}it beats everything for color.: 'Ilie women? that were there said it was the whitdest and cutest they hhdi"ever seen, and they had seen a good 1I2)the ladyflokedfla littleh 'lied; aid, after some hesitation, said " Well. give me one shilling's worth." ' "'A shilling's Forth 7'" quoth John, with"i2 faiit gleam of returmngconsciousness ; "one. shiHlig's...

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