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Agricultural, &c. GLEANINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

GLEANINGS. Slaked lime applied after a rain kills moss. Berkshire pigs' are lean and make the best bacon. r r Eggs with a spot of bld theyolk are from Idiseased hens: A little linseed meal mixed with the feed is good for scours in.sheep. Changing flocks from one- pasture to another is conducive to thehlealth of the flock. Muslin full of stiffening matter bleaches but ter. Wash in clean water before laying 'clothes ion butter. SWhen ,you have given an animal a dose. of suiphur be careful to keep it warm" aftervwards. Sulphur opens the potes and causes the animals to take cold easily. . " There is no occasion for deriding "sciehntiflc ifarming,'las is sometimes done. It is only com mon sense practically applied .and it is only to the extent.that it is scientific .that any farming is successful: . If you are conipelled to keep pigs confined where they cannot help themselves to grass and green feed, cut for them clover. . Pigs do bettor, and will keep more healthy, when fed on green foo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The End of a Singer's Career. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

~he End of a Singer's Careern.i Signora Cuzzoni, whom the inimitable Ho garth has introduced into one of his theatrical paintings, was short and squat, with a donghyj cross face. She was not even a good actress; she dressed ill, and was silly and fantastical. As a beautiful and pathetic singer, however, she was long unrivalled. She was perhaps one of the most extravagant of human beings; and this failing rediuced her at lenigth to the riost deplorable poverty... On her third com ing to England, in 1749, two gentlemeii; who were walking up, the Haymarket' and had heard that she was in a pitiable6 state, were lamenting her hard destiny. "Let us go and visit her," said one of them, "she lives but over the way." The other consented ;",and calling at the door, they were sh'diiow upstairs, but found the faded beauty dull and spiritless, unable or Uinwilling toý converse upon the subject.` " How's this ?" cried one of her consolers. .'1 Are you ill?:'or is it low spirits'chains your tongue...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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St. Andrew's Congregational Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

SI;: A .ndre e toni tio a A congregational m~eeting, called by inti mation from the pulpit, wasiS held on Friday, the 18th Aprilu iq the abqve church. . The` Ptey. John hir ixirnccupied thechlii, .ann op.eqnedtle. mIee.tinug.twit: p.aise i.nd; prayer. The Chairman, in a feO? words, -referred to the results of.the past year, and congra tulated the: congregation on. its increasing prosperity.. ,He then .oalled upon Mr Ouzens to m'ake a :presentation tq Miss Bower, who for a period of :five, ye~rs had :played the harimoniqlm and had conducteci;the psalmody of the congregation. , Mr Cuzens, ini' gaceful'armd in eloquent terms, referiect:to the: special efforts which had for so, lengthened:' a lieiiod been. put forth by;Mgiss BIower, to the:willingness with which all: had: been rendered, and to the marked sucecess which'hid attended and fol lowed such effortsi as might- be learned by the efficiency in singing on the lpart of the young of the congregation, and by. the well balnuced sining...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The household [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

A fashionable quilt ismade of silk patch-work in every variety of colour. Pieces of embossed, shiaded, and gros-grain silk of every possibleshape, are joined together with gold silk in elaborate feather stitch, so as to form a square, which is edged with a very deep bordering of dark plush, and lined througoutwith quilted crimson satin. CHILDREN'S CAKE.-Put two cupfuls of flour into a bowl with a pinch of salt. Add one cup ful of moist sugar, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder, and a little grated nutmeg, or any flavouring which the children like. Mix to, a nice consistency with milk. Put the mixture into a well greased tin, and bake in a hot oven. It eats much better when kept for two or three POUTTING AWAY STocKINGS.-It is a good plan to keep a calico baq for holding the stock ming of each member of the family. Each one should be labelled in order to save time. In summer the winter stockings should be put in this bag; in winter it may be used for the summer stockings. Stockings sho...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

^e^^s and Notes, gete At t eeting. : ?hQ .F ers Aninversary. committee held on the- 2qd, it wias dedi thi'thei nmes o:fMr:.iv dolight ly, and 1;-r ;F.W::-ayth' be added o 'tiieball committe .?the latter; to lbeeiC., assisted -by Mr F. Pgett Thc' piogramme of sports will be priu6ted",' l.ipubblished, :nd, ill include l1aont 13 events,'. Theantniversary i.vill 'be. held onl thl 2b Eii . We hiave een oiwn r splendid 'speci men of an apple rq MrW Sipkin c lled thel:ý-Mouster Pippipn; J; Tnie- apple is: 14-1 inch'e? cicuniference, . an&dweovlid Slib 2 o "niies& ''--.. " Colqnel Walker is ep6ctd hlier on.11 Monday evemng to inpect :the Queenscliff detachmefit·;:tof the 'Sbuth Grafit QGai;his: Artillery with a view to passirig thien mea into the 'anls e :.Drysdaleh dctaclmenti of the sima Brigaie were inspected .on.Tues day last by Warlkeriant thye e tiro parade 3merwere passe into the raiiis. A neatly 'depqtic d model "f thel siip fGeorge .Itpsr; Li.vepol, will l~e on view...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE TROUSSEAU OF A JAPANESE LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

THE TROUSSEAU OF A JAPANESE a ies LADY. In families of the rank of the governors of Nagasaki the bride is portioned with twelve robes, namely, a blue robe for the firstmonth, embroidered with fir-trees or bamboos; a sea green robe for the second month, with cherry flowers and buttercups ; a robe of light red for the third month, with willows and cherry trees; a robe of pearl colour for the fourth month, embroidered with the cuckoo and small spots repiesenting his lands ; a robe of faint yellow for the fifth month, with waves and sword grass ; a robe of bright orange for the sixth mouth, embroidered with melons and with an impetuous torrent-the rain seasons falling in this and two previous months; a white robe for the seventh month, with kiki flowers, white and purple; a red robe for the eighth month, sprinkled with sloe leaves; a. violet robe for the ninth month, embroidered with flowers of the Chrysanthemum Indicum, a verysplendid flower; an olive-colouredrobe for the tenth month, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Poisonous Drains. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

Poisonous Drains;. ...TO;;THE.EDITOR. Sir,-Yonr correspondeint, 'Coiistah?t'Visitor, has not eigg eitel lthe (truth about the' nuisance in 'Learmonth street. Just across the street fro'm your Town Hall and within 50 yards of it there.is:discharged at times into the charinel a'streani;lwhich for potency of disgusting odour could-not be surpasied in .this :hemispherei I -.say at times, for at other times you may pass.the drain and find( notiiing offensive. I infer: from this that the ,horrible nuisauce is preventible, and I do: iot. 4 yfii your oher hotels: offending ii .this; figaioiin. One m iL-pa1ss the Esplanade ;hotel 0oi .Bailien's, or the: Royal,'ancfied nothing ton cmplain of. Why ithen iis this offence p ?mtti ed~ toi poison ithie -air of 'tyour einautiful town ? Have yoiu iot an Inspector. of Nuishanes? Ifso,rwhyis he not madie to d s Your obedienit serviant, u ANOTHER VISITOR.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE LOVE OF GOD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

:! .THE LOVE OF GOD:., : STO THE EDITOR.'_ .: : :iSIR, Would, you, kindly oblige by insert ing the followiiig` little poem in youi inter estirig journal, which no: doubt many of your readers might:like:to see:- . , : :. Could welwith ink:the ocean fill;. Were every blade of grass a quill- ," . . Were the wvhole wqrld'of parchment. made,, `.:And every:man a:scribe by. trade .. To write the love-of God above, Would drain the' oceandry.;; Nor would the scrollcontain the whole :Though stretched:from sky to sky. : . . - :RESIDENT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

,nBuchu P:iib.i L %ck, comiplete icure, `aliaioying d iiey, bladdcorandi uiriary diseases . Di-ug;ists: MIi?qe:s i ;ois and0Co , Syd iey, Geneiral rents:' Germi n~.rup;N:: N other .?? iedicine in the worl.wlas everg"ivcn suich a teasi of its cuiL'tivo qu?litien iis iaosc iee. Qemaii Syi i.upo I?i ithree yeidrs, tio? million fout hudrded :thousandl : slmall :bottles of this i m: ti-c ie ?:li d ;istribut'il fire of chabge by Druggists:in the. TUnited Stiates of Ain. i icua to tliose afflictil vithl consunmption Asthma, Croiup sivere Conughs: Pneumoiia and othe diseaises .of the th`toit. and lungs,, giving the .afflictied uldeniale proof that Gerni'n isy'rup will cure Ttlhem. Th& result has been thats Druggists in every town and village in civilized countries are reconiniending it t?o their customers. Go to your druiggists and iask what they knsow aqout it. Sample bottles :l?d. Regular size 3s. Gd. Three doses will irelievemany case. i :Ilie yand , Bugs:. Beetles, insects,? roa...

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SOUND LEGAL ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 April 1884

SOUND LEGAL ADVICE. A lawyer named Strong practiced in a' township.." out west" 'ii America, and, a prisoner being. arraigned:for. theft who had no counsel, the court appointed. Mr. Strong to that service, directing him to. confer with, the prisoner, and give him_ the, best advice he could 'ri the circumstances. He retired' with his client to an adjacent' room for con sultitioni 'and when 'an officer was sent to inform them that the court was 'waiting, S~trongiwas found alone; and returned with the officer. into the court-room. " Where is, your client ?" demanded the judge. . j dHe has left the place,' replied the law yer. " ,"Left the place I" cried the judge, ',What: do you niean, 'Mr: Strong"'?" "Why, your honor directed me: to give. him;the best advice I'" could in the circum stances.. He told me he was guilty, 'and so .I advised him to jump: out :and run. He. took my advice, as in duty boiund, and by this time he is more than two miles off," There seems to be great danger froim...

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OUR BAKERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

"UQ(Rt'BAKE. *S.:" TO THE EDITOR. . i. , Rdicule is' not a men and he wholesale price of bread at 1rxsdalc., hash nothing to do with: the retaili prfee of breail here, except -in your own imagination. I 'presafue the Dryisd"te bikers hav'hhit a i;riV, so ven ?their .spite in-true balker sylye.,-by4 working "fol ihthing a -d icramnbling ~their moneyfor the .public under,.the imprdssion thafeitcih ? ne ill i:iin thle other off. How ever true ,m!ny'i be :your assertion that sm'ich fun is "'itisfa'ctory to themselves,' I can assurde yout' ftheir: customers are not so s: tisfiedtl "bs u °o aisseit ` Iany Dyd'le +people"biy bredihere :it 7di to ta:kn home, evidentlye supp'osing 'the' get bette.r value' for theiriiimoneyth'ih it DIl'ey'.id I did riot say ,'ui'i' popuilation is only 1b00, therefoire the .prid'??n mtit :bi '"7d: if' it' ei'e :700, it would be??1' 2dind?so on ' I suppose our adult populatiion isiiot more thintllaboit 600; andy! yet' the bread i 'only' id above ' b el loiournd...

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News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

-ws and Notes., r " - A meeting ef the Publop I orks ' ::minittee of -the tncilvasileld oudMlon c " to conilder a letter received from the ??,vrts Club in ref *rence to the reicreation i'r,,nd.l.: Their request to be allowed to take i,:'e(!:ridl from the inner ?.i~k foVrTiFe Pltfi us .c of levelling the centre of the. ground -ý` ?4rantddii;idiýiiii ndit io bmg n coverec "i am, sown ,vith grass) seedtaand rolled. 'r., s .rern and{jIaynes;, on behldf of the "t.ClI?n?ssnretrlthe:conncilrthat every ..il would bei dinestov.imake the place '" ,h 3rerffee ;'gr'ave ;,compaints made' tl.-. there is-nobull oritthe :common, and "the ast tof one is causing nuch annoyance and in ,, ieencq..,., a t , I ., " Slle:.Gas Company is now registere 1 iprmises to, be a big succes:s. Mr IHut ,' ison isnow n ngýlandbuying the l lmnti; ,i he is. expected. outs atthee'nd of thiis I 1?" 'l, Bailliheui'l'astleased the agr un ' laelte "race1 meetig s isheld i- etting it'" underi .'' itvation I. i6 ,Mr r .,lieii...

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WATER AS A THIRST QUENCHER [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

WATER AS: A THIRST QUENCHER: "'Did'oi eiier :'iuffe ixtria hin r or thirt'": was asked:of a'" Kiiaucky Coloel, who" had beeni relating ?some ji`olid' stories about himself.: ' " Well," he: replied, "I' 'iver usuffered what niight be called 'extremie hunger, but no man knows how to endure the e-agoise of thirst better'than'I.do.' "I remember- the time well,!', he con tinued, retrospectively. "I was on a fish ing excursion and became: lost in the woods. "' For three days not a drop passed :my lips. My lengthened absence finally caused alarm, and a party .was sent out in search of me.' They found me lying in' an unconscious cohdition, .on the bank of a little trout stream, andlit was hours before iny hopes of saving ine were entertained . " Was the trout :stream dry?" asked one of the' interested listeners; :" Dry, - Certainly not. ?: Hbw 'could I catch fish ifthe;stream was dry. '': /; '" Well, I don't see how; you could suffer :from. thirst with a stream of,.water close at :"i Water ...

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THE LEAP AT BAYOU CARR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

THE LEAP AT BAYOU CARR, BY Miny A. BAiii It was long before the dawning, while as yet the camp was still, Our .colonel,- keeping anxious .watch, said, "Call me Texas Bill." Then quick as the order came the man-a a man with an eye like fire, With a heart that never knew a fear, astrength that naught could tire:. : SBill, you can ride ?' '".I reckon., ~ ' Then saddle; I want to know ,,: ,?. All that a man with open eyes ,ocanitell me about the foe." ' . . Rapid and still as a mian in a deam,:Bill he galloped away; .. ,. , And he saw the enemy on their 'anims just at the break of day; ? He noted them: well, thesbiickard tiirned, keeping an easy pace; . ,:' To rest the steed he dearly loved, after her Swell.run race, h ha He praised her gait, he stroked her head, he .said "My bonny lass, , 'lhe bridle's slack, walk at thy, will, , and taste the fresh green grass." ' They. sauntered on till he heard a sound that made his pulses beat,. ' That made the mare prick up her, ars; and paw her r...

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THE MUSE OF PARODY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

STHE ' [USE OF PARODY. The late Mr. J. R. Planchd, whosei in. numerable fairy;extravaganzas were se.full'of fui :,and ,humor, 'was also: ,ani experit in parody. We give the first verse;of a bir-, esqq'e,by him of:athe once popular song,: When other lips: ,'t'?°heti ithei lips and other eyes Their tales of love shall tell i Which meaistheTii?i?al sort of lies You'r heard from every, swell; . ?, - zWihen, ree with every'ort of bosh, You'd give.'thliewold to see A friend whose love you know will wash, Oh, tlibi remeomermi i1 :The ftiumiiest::burlesqu~ of 'Wordsworth' We areSeven; with which we are acquainted, is by MrH. S Leigh ': S"It thouight it would have sent me mad last : iaht iboiut eleveli." , SSaid I': "WhAt li t makes you bad? How many apples have yoiiu had ?" SShe answered:;" Onlyseven. " And are you suir~you'took no more, My little maid ?" quoth I. : Oh, please,sir, mother gave me foiir S But they were ina pie.". ':If that's the case," I stimmered out, " Of codrseyou've liha...

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Attempts to Overthrow Rothschild's Power in the Money Market. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

Attempts to Overthrow'ir Roths ohild's' Power in the Money Market. epeated efforts, but always withont'sunc cess, and generally to the ruin of the party making. the same:, have been made to* over throw.the power of Rothschild's power in the money market. It was clear that the only way in which this could be done, if it was to be done at all, would be by the party attempting it engag ing in transactions of corresponding magni (,.y far h boldest' of these attempt swas .thdt once inade.by a yoimug- gentlenian, ? Mr H---. He made a number of most exten sive-purchases, and sold out againitoa':very large amount, all in a very short period of time; and sdo far'froin imitain'g the charac ter of the rival' whose empire h9esought .to, `siblert{ iniithe secrecy of his transactions, he deemed its essential to the success of ;his schemes that his operationis should- be per formed as speedily as possible, -Mr. H--- was the son of a wealthybanker in the countryf, and held, at the time of his intro...

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MARGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

Though contemptuously called, " The, Cockney's: Paradise," and often taken by satirical writers as the scene where they draw .their vulgar: character in 'holiday attire, Margate is, in spite of these draw backs, one of the pleasantest sea.side resorts in which to spend a few weeks in search of renewed health and spirits; its strong, bracing atmosphere acting as a powerful tonic on weakened enervated constitutions, while its practical nearness to the metropolis renders it only a "hundred minutes" journey Though the long jetty, stretching far out into the sea, which forms so.pleasant and and 'healthful a promenade, Is supposed to be Margate's great point of attraction, there are m~ny -artists who consider, in the fresh beauty of early spring, or the soft grey tint of autumn, that a visit to the little watering. place repays their trouble, and furnishes them with many charming sketches, the great landscape painter, Turner, being especi ally fond of the place. Standing as it does on the...

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A Locksmith's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

A Locksmith's Story. SMy.; business ~ay Knot seeni liarticularly amusing, but I have some funny experiences. My best. customers are the inveterate- losers of keys:;; Now here are a couple bofdozefi; all of exactly the same pattern,-that I'm making for one customer., He, doesn't :?now that I'm making them ; but Iknow that he's sure to call for one of thesekeys. pretty regularly once a' veek intil they'r' all gonre.- He's a genuine "loser," and'the niost'curiois thing about the matter is -that; he has not the re mnotest idea of how or.where he, ever lost a key. A few weeks ago he shad a snall closet made to hold a duplicate. Well, as no fmen are so;ready to lock things up as"key-losemi, the first thing he.did was: to have a lock pit on his closet. Then, of course, he used to lose that key too, and every fev days he would have to break open his little cupboard with a hammer. Finding after a while that he was losing two keys instead of one, he had to return to the old plan. The trade in...

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OUR ILLUSTRATION. RAMSGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

*OUR ILLUSTRATION, RAMSGATE. At the close of..the last century Ramsgate was a'miiere fishing village, but is now one of ,th'e most fashionable, popular and cheerful of Erglish w'atering places, its constant stir ,and bustle affording a striking contrast to the r?ral peace and calm of the beautiful county of Kent, where it is situated. The long white shore in the summer sea. son presents a scene of sparkling, glowing, joyous life to travellers who have come thither to enjoy a well-earned holiday, and strive to banish cobwebs from over-worked brains, by the aid of rest and fresh sea breezes, as it bursts suddenly upon their view after a rush through a long dark tunnel; the London, Chatham and Dover Terminus being actually built on the sands, where the world at Ramsgate loves to congregate. The artificial pier, which cost so large a sum in building, is a great feature at Ramsgate, and affords a favorite promenade half a mile .or so in length, where almost as great crowds congregate as ...

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A Distracted Parent. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 3 May 1884

A Distracted Parent. Five daughters-four of them engaged Ithink Ishall gomad I: For such a surfeiting of love : ?. No parent ever had. The very atmosphere is chargedi With it; no matter where I go about the house I trip Upon some.whispering pair. At everning when I take my pipe And seek a quiet nook To sit and read my paper, or Som newwand tempting bookl -r r ; oppn, perhaps the parlordoor,. iThen a familiar solind, Quite unmistakeable, suggests 'It is forbidden ground. So then more cautiously I turn To our reception room; -But lo I. again upon my ear - From its.romantic gloom Comes softly, yet with emphais(, That warning : when I start And leave, as Lady. Macbeth wished Her guests would all depart. My neitresort is the`n the porch, Where, roses trail and-bloom; Ha I is it dcho bhzt betrays The joys of yonder room 2 Ah,.no;,a startled "c hange of.baae,!' Reveals the lPisence, there'.- . i Of Cupid's votaries, and, alas . :' There's: still another pair. ? ",But~:sure," Ithink,-"my li...

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